Information Maintained by the Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency
1997-2-93
    (Codified at IC 20-40-17. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-2-94
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.2-1997, SEC.94.)

1997-2-95
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.2-1997, SEC.95.)

1997-2-96
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-2-97
    (Codified at IC 1-1-5.5-16. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-3-472
    (Codified at IC 3-6-4.2-5.5. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-3-473
    (Amended by P.L.176-1999, SEC.135.)

1997-3-478
    (Expired 7-2-1997, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.478.)

1997-3-479
    (Expired 12-31-1997, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.479.)

1997-3-480
    (Expired 12-31-2000, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.480.)

1997-3-481
    (Expired 12-31-2000, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.481.)

1997-3-482
    (Expired 12-31-1997, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.482.)

1997-3-483
    (Expired 1-1-2002, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.483.)

1997-3-484
    (Expired 7-2-1997, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.484.)

1997-3-485
    (Amended by P.L.176-1999, SEC.138.)

1997-3-486
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.3-1997, SEC.486.)

1997-5-16
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.5-1997, SEC.16.)

1997-6-86
    (Repealed by P.L.260-1997.)

1997-6-240
    (Codified at IC 6-1.1-2-8. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-6-241
    (Expired 12-31-1999, by P.L.6-1997, SEC.241.)

1997-6-242
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-6-244
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-6-245
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.6-1997, SEC.245.)

1997-6-246
    SEC. 246. Proceedings described in IC 6-1.1-30-11(c), as added by this act, except proceedings described in IC 6-1.1-15-5, that are pending before the state board of tax commissioners on December 31, 1998, shall be conducted after December 31, 1998, by a hearing officer in the division of appeals.

1997-6-247
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-6-248
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.6-1997, SEC.248.)

1997-10-38
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.10-1997, SEC.38.)

1997-10-39
    (Repealed by P.L.253-1997(ss), SEC.43.)

1997-10-40
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-14-4
    (Codified at IC 5-28-15-0.5. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-15-5
    (Expired 7-1-2001, by P.L.15-1997, SEC.5.)


1997-15-6
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-19-8
    (Repealed by P.L.253-1997(ss), SEC.41.)

1997-19-9
    (Expired 12-31-1998, by P.L.19-1997, SEC.9.)

1997-24-67
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.24-1997, SEC.67.)

1997-24-68
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.24-1997, SEC.68.)

1997-24-69
    (Expired 11-1-1997, by P.L.24-1997, SEC.69.)

1997-25-19
    (Expired 7-1-1997, by P.L.25-1997, SEC.19.)

1997-28-30
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-32-7
    (Expired 7-1-2001, by P.L.32-1997, SEC.7.)

1997-32-8
    (Expired 6-30-2001, by P.L.32-1997, SEC.8.)

1997-34-29
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.34-1997, SEC.29.)

1997-34-30
    (Expired 7-1-2002, by P.L.34-1997, SEC.30.)

1997-38-5
    (Expired 7-2-1999, by P.L.38-1997, SEC.5.)

1997-38-6
    (Expired 7-2-2000, by P.L.38-1997, SEC.6.)

1997-38-7
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.38-1997, SEC.7.)

1997-39-2
    (Expired 12-1-1996, by P.L.39-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-39-3
    (Expired 12-1-1996, by P.L.39-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-40-11
    (Codified at IC 36-8-10-0.1(2). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-40-12
    (Expired 1-2-1998, by P.L.40-1997, SEC.12.)

1997-43-8
    (Expired 12-1-1997, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.8.)

1997-43-9
    (Expired 12-1-1997, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.9.)

1997-43-10
    (Expired 12-1-1998, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.10.)

1997-43-11
    (Expired 12-1-1998, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.11.)

1997-43-12
    (Expired 1-2-1998, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.12.)

1997-43-13
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.43-1997, SEC.13.)

1997-45-23
    (Expired 1-2-1999, by P.L.45-1997, SEC.23.)

1997-45-24
    (Expired 4-1-1998, by P.L.45-1997, SEC.24.)

1997-45-25
    (Expired not later than 12-31-1998, by P.L.45-1997, SEC.25.)

1997-45-26
    (Expired 6-30-1998, by P.L.45-1997, SEC.26.)

1997-49-87
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.49-1997, SEC.87.)

1997-49-88
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.49-1997, SEC.88.)

1997-49-89
    (Expired 7-2-1998, by P.L.49-1997, SEC.89.)

1997-51-7
    (Codified at IC 6-1.1-2-0.1(2). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-54-10
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-54-11
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-55-38
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.55-1997, SEC.38.)

1997-59-24
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.24.)

1997-59-25
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.25.)

1997-59-26
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.26.)

1997-59-27
    (Expired 7-2-1998, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.27.)

1997-59-28
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.28.)

1997-59-29
    (Expired 7-2-1999, by P.L.59-1997, SEC.29.)

1997-61-3
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-61-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-62-6
    (Repealed by P.L.253-1997(ss), SEC.43.)

1997-63-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-66-3
    (Expired 7-2-1997, by P.L.66-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-67-23
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.67-1997, SEC.23.)

1997-87-4
    (Expired 11-1-1999, by P.L.87-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-91-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-93-15


    (Expired not later than 7-1-1999, by P.L.93-1997, SEC.15.)

1997-108-11
    (Expired 6-30-1997, by P.L.108-1997, SEC.11.)

1997-109-4
    (Amended by P.L.28-2001, SEC.1.)

1997-112-5
    (Amended by P.L.128-1998, SEC.1.)

1997-112-6
    (Expired 7-1-2002, by P.L.112-1997, SEC.6.)

1997-112-7
    (Expired 6-30-1999, by P.L.112-1997, SEC.7.)

1997-113-2
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.113-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-113-3
    (Codified at IC 12-15-39.6-15. Noncode SECTION repealed by P.L.16-2009, SEC.34.)

1997-113-4
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.113-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-114-2
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.114-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-114-3
    (Expired 11-1-1997, by P.L.114-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-114-4
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.114-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-115-5
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.115-1997, SEC.5.)

1997-115-6
    (Expired 1-1-2000, by P.L.115-1997, SEC.6.)

1997-118-28
    (Codified at IC 12-14-6-0.1, IC 12-14-17-0.1, IC 12-14-21-0.1, IC 29-1-1-0.1, IC 29-1-2-0.1(1), IC 29-1-4-0.1(1), IC 29-1-6-0.1, IC 29-1-7-0.1(2), IC 29-1-7.5-0.1(1), IC 29-1-8-0.1(1), IC 29-1-9-0.1, IC 29-1-10-0.1, IC 29-1-14-0.1(1), IC 29-1-16-0.1(1), IC 29-3-2-0.1(1), and IC 32-17-14-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-119-6
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-122-8
    (Expired 7-2-1997, by P.L.122-1997, SEC.8.)

1997-124-24
    (Amended by P.L.2-1998, SEC.90.)

1997-124-25
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.124-1997, SEC.25.)

1997-124-26
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.124-1997, SEC.26.)

1997-125-58
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-125-59
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.125-1997, SEC.59.)

1997-125-60
    (Expired 7-2-2000, by P.L.125-1997, SEC.60.)

1997-125-61
    (Expired 1-2-1998, by P.L.125-1997, SEC.61.)

1997-126-31
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.126-1997, SEC.31.)

1997-128-11
    (Expired 1-2-1999, by P.L.128-1997, SEC.11.)

1997-128-12
    (Expired not later than 12-31-1998, by P.L.128-1997, SEC.12.)

1997-129-3
    (Expired 1-2-1998, by P.L.129-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-129-4
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.129-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-130-6
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.130-1997, SEC.6.)

1997-131-9
    (Expired 6-1-2002, by P.L.131-1997, SEC.9.)

1997-131-10
    (Expired 12-23-1998, by P.L.131-1997, SEC.10.)

1997-135-19


    (Expired 12-31-2000, by P.L.135-1997, SEC.19.)

1997-136-44
    (Expired 12-1-1997, by P.L.136-1997, SEC.44.)

1997-136-45
    (Expired 1-1-2000, by P.L.136-1997, SEC.45.)

1997-136-46
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.136-1997, SEC.46.)

1997-138-3
    (Codified at IC 14-22-10-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-141-6
    (Expired 7-1-2001, by P.L.141-1997, SEC.6.)

1997-147-76
    (Expired 7-2-1998, by P.L.147-1997, SEC.76.)

1997-147-77
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.147-1997, SEC.77.)

1997-147-78
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.147-1997, SEC.78.)

1997-147-79
    (Amended by P.L.207-1999, SEC.6.)

1997-147-80
    (Codified at IC 25-23.6-5-16. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-147-81
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.147-1997, SEC.81.)

1997-150-6
    (Codified at IC 27-8-26-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-156-4
    (Expired 12-31-2000, by P.L.156-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-156-5
    (Expired 7-1-2002, by P.L.156-1997, SEC.5.)

1997-163-2
    (Expired 11-2-1998, by P.L.163-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-166-13
    (Expired 12-31-2000, by P.L.166-1997, SEC.13.)

1997-166-14
    (Expired 7-2-1998, by P.L.166-1997, SEC.14.)

1997-168-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-174-3
    (Codified at IC 24-5-0.5-0.1(2). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-175-8
    (Amended by P.L.253-1997(ss), SEC.46.)

1997-177-11
    (Amended by P.L.157-1999, SEC.3.)

1997-177-12
    (Expired 10-2-1997, by P.L.177-1997, SEC.12.)

1997-177-13
    (Expired 7-1-1998, by P.L.177-1997, SEC.13.)

1997-177-14
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-189-2
    (Codified at IC 27-8-5.6-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-190-2
    (Codified at IC 27-8-14.5-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-193-3
    (Expired 12-31-1998, by P.L.193-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-193-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-199-7
    (Amended by P.L.107-2000, SEC.2.)

1997-202-8
    SECTION 8. There is appropriated from the state general fund to the office of judicial administration, division of supreme court administration, two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) for the period beginning July 1, 1997, and ending June 30, 1998, and four hundred thousand dollars ($4000,000) for the period beginning July 1, 1998, and ending June 30, 1999, to be used for the Indiana conference

for legal education opportunity established by IC 32-2.1-12, as added by this act.

1997-202-9
    (Expired 7-1-1999, by P.L.202-1997, SEC.9.)

1997-205-2
    (Expired 6-30-1998, by P.L.205-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-207-2
    (Amended by P.L.1-1998, SEC.220.)

1997-208-2
    (Codified at IC 34-31-4-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-212-2
    (Expired 7-1-1997, by P.L.212-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-221-2
    (Expired 6-30-2001, by P.L.221-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-229-3
    (Codified at IC 36-7-30-33.5. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-232-2
    (Codified at IC 36-8-8-0.1(2). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-239-1
    (Expired 1-1-2000, by P.L.239-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-240-1
    (Expired 2-1-1998, by P.L.240-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-241-1
    (Amended by P.L.149-1999, SEC.1.)

1997-242-1
    (Expired 11-3-2001, by P.L.242-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-243-1
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.243-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-244-1
    (Expired not later than 12-1-1998 by P.L.244-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-245-1
    (Expired 12-31-1998, by P.L.245-1997, SEC.1.)


1997-245-2
    (Amended by P.L.272-1999, SEC.67.)

1997-246-1
    (Expired 1-1-1998, by P.L.246-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-247-1
    (Expired 1-1-2001, by P.L.247-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-247-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-247-3
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.247-1997, SEC.3.)

1997-247-4
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.247-1997, SEC.4.)

1997-247-5
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.247-1997, SEC.5.)

1997-248-1
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.248-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-249-1
    (Expired 12-1-1997, by P.L.249-1997, SEC.1.)

1997-249-2
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.249-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-250-1
    SEC. 1. (a) The University of Evansville shall have the right to use such real estate for any purpose associated with or related to its operations. The University of Evansville shall have the right to convey a portion of such real estate to the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and such school corporation shall have the right to construct an athletic stadium and related facilities on such portion of the real estate. The University of Evansville shall also have the right to lease or rent to Evansville State Hospital any residence or residences located on such real estate. The University of Evansville shall also have the right to convey a portion of such real estate, approximately twenty (20) acres or less, to the state of Indiana to construct and operate a new armory and maintenance facility and the remainder of such real estate to the city of Evansville to maintain and operate a municipal park. However, any portion of such real estate at any time used for industrial, commercial or residential development or other uses not associated with or related to the operations of the University of Evansville or the specifically above-described uses or operations of the state of Indiana, city of Evansville, and such other specifically named organizations, shall revert to the state of Indiana. The provisions of this SECTION shall be included in the deed to the University of Evansville.
    (b) For purposes of removing the restrictions contained in subsection (a), the Indiana department of administration shall convey the following part of the real estate to the University of Evansville on behalf of the state:
        Part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 6 South, Range 10 West and Part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 23, Township 6 South, Range 10 West, in the City of Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, being part of the property conveyed to the University of Evansville by the State of Indiana and recorded in Deed Record 691, pages 492 to 495, in the office of the Recorder of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, more particularly described as follows:
        Commencing at an iron rod in a monument box (found) at the southeast corner of Section 22. Thence north 89 degrees, 44 minutes, 33 seconds west a distance of 588.86 feet along the south line of Section 22 to the east line of Dexter Avenue extended. Thence north 00 degrees, 00 minutes, 00 seconds east a distance of 50.00 feet to the north line of Division Street which is the true point of beginning. Thence continuing north 00 degrees, 00 minutes, 00 seconds east, along the east line of Dexter Avenue extended, a distance of 200.00 feet to the southwest corner of the property owned by the United States of America and recorded in deed Record 617, pages 502 to 504. Thence south 89 degrees, 44 minutes, 33 seconds east a distance of 591.05 feet to the east line of Section 22. Thence south 89 degrees, 15 minutes, 10 seconds east a distance of 108.95 feet. Thence south 00 degrees, 00 minutes, 00 seconds west a distance of 39.82 feet. Thence north 89 degrees, 06 minutes, 47 seconds west a distance of 15.45 feet. Thence south 87 degrees, 48 minutes, 07 seconds west a distance of 93.96 feet to the east line of Section 22. Thence continuing south 87 degrees, 48 minutes, 06 seconds west a distance of 210.25 feet. Thence south 69 degrees, 11 minutes, 08 seconds west, a distance of 407.13 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.45 acres.
        Subject to a 15 foot wide easement for ingress and egress conveyed to the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and recorded in Deed Drawer 1, Card 7321 in the office of the Recorder of Vanderburgh County, Indiana. Subject to utility easements of record.
    (c) The following apply to the conveyance required by subsection (b):
        (1) The conveyance shall be made upon the following condition:
            (A) Billboards may not be placed on the real estate.
            (B) The University of Evansville shall use the proceeds of the sale of the real estate for the purpose of providing improvements upon the real estate to be conveyed to the City of Evansville as described in subsection (a).
        (2) The Indiana department of administration shall convey the real property by a quitclaim deed.
        (3) IC 4-20.5-7-17, IC 4-20.5-7-18, and the rules of the Indiana department of administration, to the extent not inconsistent with

this act, apply to the conveyance required by subsection (b).

1997-250-2
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.250-1997, SEC.2.)

1997-253-42
    (Expired 1-1-1999, by P.L.253-1997, SEC.42.)

1997-253-46
    (Expired 7-1-2000, by P.L.253-1997, SEC.46.)

1997-255-22
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-257-42
    (Codified at IC 12-15-1.3-4. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-257-43
    (Expired 11-1-1997, by P.L.257-1997, SEC.43.)

1997-260-1
    SEC. 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 1996-97 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 1997-98" means the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1997, and ending June 30, 1998.


        (9) "Year 1998-99" means the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1998, and ending June 30, 1999.
        (10) "Biennium" means the period beginning July 1, 1997, and ending June 30, 1999.
        (11) "State agency" means:
            (A) each office, officer, board, commission, department, division, bureau, committee, fund, agency, authority, council, or 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 state general fund at the close of each fiscal year unless otherwise

specified in the Indiana Code.

1997-260-2
    SEC. 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.

1997-260-3
    SEC. 3. GENERAL GOVERNMENT
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

A. LEGISLATIVE
FOR THE GENERAL
ASSEMBLY -
    LEGISLATORS'
    SALARIES-HOUSE
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,095,816
3,717,112

    HOUSE EXPENSES
        Total Operating
        Expense    7,341,993
7,341,993

    LEGISLATORS'
    SALARIES-SENATE
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,002,328
1,004,068

    SENATE EXPENSES
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,380,806
6,476,103

    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 that 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, 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 legislative council.
    Notwithstanding the provisions of this or any other statute, 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. The legislative council may apply these travel policies and procedures to lay members serving on research, study, or survey committees or commissions that are under the jurisdiction of the legislative council. Notwithstanding any other law, rule, or policy, the state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the budget agency do not apply to members of the general assembly, to the

staffs of the house of representatives, senate, or legislative services agency, or to lay members serving on research, study, or survey committees or commissions under the jurisdiction of the legislative council (if the legislative council applies its travel policies and procedures to lay members under the authority of this SECTION), except that until the legislative council adopts travel policies and procedures the state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the budget agency apply to members of the general assembly, to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, and legislative services agency, and to lay members serving on research, study, or survey committees or commissions under the jurisdiction of the legislative council. 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, or the executive director of the legislative services agency that those claims comply with the travel policies and procedures adopted by the legislative council. 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 hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
    LEGISLATORS'
    SUBSISTENCE
        House Total
        Operating
        Expense    1,255,450

1,106,775

        Senate Total
        Operating
        Expense    568,131
492,150

    Each member of the general assembly is entitled to a subsistence allowance of $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 amounts annually in addition to the subsistence allowance: Officers of the senate: president pro tempore, $6,500; assistant president pro tempore, $2,500; majority floor leader, $5,000; assistant majority floor leader, $1,000; majority caucus chairman, $5,000; assistant majority caucus chairman, $1,000; finance committee chairman, $5,000; budget subcommittee chairman, $4,000; majority whip, $1,500; minority floor leader, $5,500; minority caucus chairman, $4,500; minority assistant floor leader, $4,500; finance committee ranking minority member,

$3,500; minority whip, $1,500; and assistant minority caucus chairman, $500.
    Officers of the house of representatives are entitled to the following amounts in addition to the subsistence allowance: speaker of the house, $6,500; speaker pro tempore, $5,000; deputy speaker pro tempore, $500; majority floor leader, $5,000; majority caucus chairman, $5,000; assistant majority caucus chairman, $1,000; ways and means committee chairman, $5,000; ways and means committee ranking majority member, $3,000; budget subcommittee chairman, $3,000; majority whip, $3,500; assistant majority whip, $1,000; assistant majority floor leader, $1,000; minority floor leader, $5,500; minority caucus chairman, $4,500; ways and means committee ranking minority member, $3,500; minority whip, $1,500; and minority assistant floor leader, $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    200,625

200,625

FOR THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL AND THE
LEGISLATIVE
SERVICES AGENCY
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,352,445
6,671,768

    LEGISLATOR AND
    LAY MEMBER TRAVEL
        Total Operating
        Expense    494,247
494,832

    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 $50 per day during the 1997-99 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 the person's 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 claimed by lay members serving on

research, study, or survey committees or commissions under the jurisdiction of the legislative council shall be based on SECTION 13 of this act, until the legislative council applies those travel policies and procedures that govern legislators and their staffs to such lay members as authorized elsewhere in this SECTION. 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.
    LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
    ANNEXATION STUDY
        Total Operating
        Expense for the
        Biennium    50,000
    DISTRIBUTION OF
    PRINTED JOURNALS,
    BILLS, RESOLUTIONS,
    AND ENROLLED
    DOCUMENTS
        Total Operating
        Expense    585,000

340,000

    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    92,000
59,000

    The above funds are appropriated for printing and distributing the acts of the first and second regular sessions of the 110th 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 periodically determined by the legislative council. If the funds above appropriated for printing and distributing the acts 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.
    PUBLICATION
    OF THE INDIANA
    CODE
        Total Operating
        Expense    425,000
668,000

    The above funds are for recompilation of and printing of supplements to the Indiana Code for fiscal years 1997-98 and 1998-99. Upon completion of the distribution as provided in IC 2-6-1.5, remaining copies may be sold at a price or prices periodically determined by the legislative council. 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.
    NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF
    STATE LEGISLATURES
    HOST COMMITTEE
        Other Operating
        Expense for the
        Biennium    100,000
    NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF
    STATE LEGISLATURES BLACK
    CAUCUS
        Other Operating
        Expense for the
        Biennium    50,000
COUNCIL OF STATE
    GOVERNMENTS
        Annual Dues
            Other Operating
            Expense    109,077
112,349

    NATIONAL CONFERENCE
    OF STATE
    LEGISLATURES
        Annual Dues
            Other Operating
            Expense    122,776
127,761

    PUBLICATION OF THE
    INDIANA ADMINISTRATIVE
    CODE
        Total Operating
        Expense    60,000
79,000

    PRINTING AND
    DISTRIBUTING THE
    INDIANA REGISTER
        Total Operating
        Expense    140,000
140,000

    BLOCK BOUNDARY
    SUGGESTION PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    230,000
185,000

FOR THE INDIANA LOBBY
REGISTRATION COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    136,199
136,411

B. JUDICIAL
FOR THE SUPREME
COURT
        Personal
        Services    3,766,553
3,972,821

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,096,610
1,033,960

    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    6,105,426
6,365,292

        Other Operating
        Expense    976,000
879,000

    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    581,956
583,187

        Other Operating
        Expense    181,001
181,001

FOR THE TAX COURT
        Personal
        Services    379,495
383,739

        Other Operating
        Expense    98,471
99,471

FOR THE JUDICIAL
CENTER
        Personal
        Services    765,278
732,088

        Other Operating
        Expense    551,774
550,767

    The above appropriations for the judicial center include the appropriations for the judicial conference.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL
PROGRAMS FUND
    Total Operating
    Expense        299,010
299,010

    The above funds are appropriated under IC 33-19-7-5 for the purpose of administering, certifying, and supporting alcohol and drug services programs under IC 12-23-14. However, if the receipts are less than the appropriation, the center shall not spend more than is collected.
FOR THE PUBLIC
DEFENDER
        Personal
        Services    4,355,574
4,575,764

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,334,991
1,352,620

FOR THE PUBLIC
DEFENDER COUNCIL
        Personal
        Services    567,841
765,727

        Other Operating
        Expense    207,253
239,018

FOR THE
PROSECUTING
ATTORNEYS'
COUNCIL
        Personal
        Services    467,031
720,043

        Other Operating
        Expense    156,256
185,756

DRUG PROSECUTION
        Total Operating
        Expense    67,000
121,000

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE
SUPREME COURT
    SPECIAL JUDGES
    - COUNTY COURTS
        Personal
        Services    50,000
50,000

        Other Operating
        Expense    185,272
185,272

    If the funds appropriated above 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    1,200,000
    The division of state court administration shall use the foregoing appropriation to 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 31-33 and to administer the program. However, the

court may not use more than $75,000 per state fiscal year for administration of the program. A county may use these matching funds to supplement amounts collected as fees under IC 31-40-3 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.
    PUBLIC
    DEFENDER
    COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,250,000

1,250,000

    Of the above funds appropriated to the public defender commission created by IC 33-9-13, in compliance with the provisions of IC 33-19-7-5, $650,000 each fiscal year is to be paid from the public defense fund created by IC 33-9-14. An additional $600,000 is hereby appropriated each fiscal year from the state general fund. The above appropriations are for the purpose of reimbursing counties for indigent defense services provided to a defendant. 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.
    LOCAL JUDGES'
    SALARIES
        Personal
        Services    36,304,214
37,076,424

        Other Operating
        Expense    21,050
21,050

    COUNTY
    PROSECUTORS'
    SALARIES
        Personal
        Services    16,177,431
16,833,047

        Other Operating
        Expense    5,500
5,500

    The above appropriations for county prosecutors' salaries represent the amounts authorized by IC 33-14-7-5 and that are to be paid from the state general fund.
    In addition to the appropriations 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 salary changes or for additional courts created by the 110th general assembly.
FOR THE
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES'
RETIREMENT FUND
    JUDGES'
    RETIREMENT FUND
        Other Operating
        Expense    7,278,390
7,715,093

    PROSECUTORS'
    RETIREMENT FUND
        Other Operating
        Expense    184,350
184,350

C. EXECUTIVE
FOR THE GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE
        Personal
        Services    1,812,006
1,816,138

        Other Operating
        Expense    282,624
282,624

    GOVERNOR'S
    RESIDENCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    175,233
175,535

    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    185,270
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-13.4.
    MISCELLANEOUS
    EXPENSES
        Total Operating
        Expense    11,117
11,117

    EXECUTIVE
    INTERNATIONAL
    DEVELOPMENT
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    185,270
    GOVERNOR'S
    FELLOWSHIP
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    298,874
299,506

    CITIZENS'
    COMMISSION
    ON TAXES
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    150,000
FOR THE
WASHINGTON
LIAISON OFFICE
        Total Operating
        Expense    195,604
195,604

FOR THE
GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION
ON COMMUNITY SERVICES
AND VOLUNTEERISM
        Personal
        Services    81,667
81,849

        Other Operating
        Expense    25,037
25,037

FOR THE
AUDITOR OF STATE
    GOVERNORS'
    AND GOVERNORS'
    SURVIVING
    SPOUSES'
    PENSIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense    99,500
99,500

    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    216,775
217,253

        Other Operating
        Expense    39,571
39,571

FOR THE LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR
        Personal
        Services    727,962
729,628

        Other Operating
        Expense    44,035
44,035

    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    40,000
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-13.4.
FOR THE SECRETARY
OF STATE -
    CORPORATIONS
    AND
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    859,333
857,548

        Other Operating
        Expense    220,196
220,196

    UNIFORM
    COMMERCIAL CODE
        Personal
        Services    217,517
217,949

        Other Operating
        Expense    15,050
15,050

    SECURITIES
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    553,526
554,878

        Other Operating
        Expense    21,803
21,803

FOR THE ATTORNEY
GENERAL -
    ATTORNEY GENERAL
        Personal
        Services    9,813,972
9,835,911

        Other Operating
        Expense    681,600
691,700

    MEDICAID FRAUD
    UNIT
        Total Operating
        Expense    293,824
293,824

    The above appropriations to the Medicaid fraud unit are 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). With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above appropriation for the Medicaid fraud unit may be augmented for the purpose of offsetting costs of the unit from revenues collected by the state from court settlements or judgments in Medicaid fraud cases.
    UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
        Personal
        Services    627,888
629,095

        Other Operating
        Expense    150,650
150,650

    The above funds appropriated to the unclaimed property division are to be paid from the abandoned property fund created by IC 32-9-1.5-33, 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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
D. FINANCIAL
MANAGEMENT
FOR THE AUDITOR
OF STATE
        Personal
        Services    3,540,476
3,548,344

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,051,053
1,043,185

    DISTRIBUTION TO
    COUNTIES FOR
    COURT FEES
        Other Operating
        Expense    500,000
    The above funds are appropriated and shall be distributed by the auditor of state in compliance with SEA 115-1997, SECTION 2, to make up for a shortfall in the percentage of court fees that the counties are to receive for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the state general fund.
FOR THE STATE BOARD
OF ACCOUNTS
        Personal
        Services    14,462,459
14,692,799

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,450,913
1,204,440

FOR THE STATE
BUDGET COMMITTEE
        Total Operating
        Expense    37,033
37,033

    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 budget committee, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
FOR THE STATE
BUDGET AGENCY
        Personal
        Services    1,880,028
1,884,356

        Other Operating
        Expense    462,193
356,733

    PERSONAL
    SERVICES/FRINGE
    BENEFITS
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    61,000,000
    The foregoing personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund appropriation is subject to allotment to departments, institutions, and all state agencies by the budget agency with the approval of the governor.
    DEPARTMENTAL AND
    INSTITUTIONAL
    EMERGENCY
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    10,000,000
    The foregoing departmental and institutional emergency contingency fund appropriation is subject to allotment to departments, institutions, and all state agencies by the budget agency with the approval of the governor. These allocations may be made upon written request of proper officials, showing that contingencies exist that require additional funds for meeting necessary total operating expenses. The budget committee shall be advised of each transfer request and allotment. With the approval of the governor and 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 using 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.
FOR THE TREASURER
OF STATE
        Personal
        Services    648,579

672,228

        Other Operating
        Expense    60,500
60,500

FOR THE PUBLIC
EMPLOYEES'
RETIREMENT
FUND -
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    1,802,847
1,806,583

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,227,288
1,696,288

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from said earnings.
    PENSION RELIEF FUND
        Other Operating
        Expense    25,000,000     25,000,000
    The above amount is appropriated to the "m portion" of the pension relief fund.
E. TAX
ADMINISTRATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE -
    COLLECTION
    AND
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    31,885,776
31,955,853

        Other Operating
        Expense    15,733,144
15,733,144

    With approval of the governor and the budget agency, the department shall annually reimburse the state general fund for expenses incurred in support of the collection of dedicated fund revenue according to the department's cost allocation plan.
    With the approval of the governor and the 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%) of the amount of money collected by the department of revenue from taxes and fees.
    OUTSIDE
    COLLECTIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,577,309
2,577,309

    With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the foregoing sums for the department of revenue's outside collections may be augmented to an amount not exceeding in total, together with the above specific amounts, one and one-tenth percent (1.1%) of the amount of money collected by the department from taxes and fees.
    MOTOR FUEL
    TAX DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    4,550,324
4,560,200

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,167,286     
1,167,286

    Of the foregoing appropriations for the motor fuel tax division for fiscal year 1997-98, $1,715,283 is appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund created by IC 8-2.1-23 and $4,002,327 is appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund. For fiscal year 1998-99, $1,718,246 is appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund and $4,009,240 is 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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    MOTOR CARRIER
    REGULATION
        Personal
        Services    367,766
368,529

        Other Operating
        Expense    431,206
431,206

    The above appropriations for the department of revenue motor carrier regulation are hereby appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund created by IC 8-2.1-23. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the motor carrier regulation fund.
FOR THE INDIANA
HORSE RACING
COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    848,052
849,586

        Other Operating
        Expense    513,400
513,400

    The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana horse racing commission are made from revenues accruing to the Indiana horse

racing commission before any distribution is made under IC 4-31-9. The appropriations are made pursuant to the provisions of IC 4-31 and from revenues accruing to the Indiana horse racing commission operating fund established by IC 4-31-10. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above appropriations for the Indiana horse racing commission may be augmented from the lottery and gaming surplus account within the build Indiana fund with or in anticipation of revenue generated from horse racing in Indiana.
FOR THE INDIANA
GAMING COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    1,610,124

1,613,637

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,654,200
1,654,200

    INVESTIGATION
        Personal
        Services    1,176,864
1,299,524

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,235,537
1,235,537

    The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana gaming commission are made from revenues accruing to the state gaming account of the state general fund under IC 4-33-13-3 before any distribution is made under IC 4-33-13-5. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above appropriations for the Indiana gaming commission may be augmented from the lottery and gaming surplus account within the build Indiana fund.
    The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana gaming commission are made in lieu of the appropriation made in IC 4-33-13-4. The commission may employ or contract for inspectors and agents required under IC 4-33-4-3.5. The licensed owners shall, in the manner prescribed by the rules of the commission, reimburse the commission for the salaries and other expenses of the inspectors and agents who are required to be present during the time gambling operations are conducted on a riverboat.
FOR THE BOARD
OF TAX
COMMISSIONERS
        Personal
        Services    4,549,655
4,559,778

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,127,391
1,127,391

    From the above appropriations for the board of tax commissioners, travel subsistence and mileage allowances may be paid for members of the local government tax control board created by IC 6-1.1-18.5 and the state school property tax control board created by IC 6-1.1-19, under state travel regulations.
    The state board of tax commissioners shall contract for an analysis of the variations in assessment throughout Indiana. The state board of tax commissioners shall issue reports on the progress of the assessment analysis to the budget committee annually.
    CONTINGENCY
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    500,000     500,000
F. ADMINISTRATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATION -
    PUBLIC WORKS
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    1,452,592
1,455,815

        Other Operating
        Expense    194,692
194,692

    COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE
        Personal
        Services    1,746,592
1,750,329

        Other Operating
        Expense    245,425
245,425

    PROCUREMENT
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    1,327,425
1,330,229

        Other Operating
        Expense    262,855
262,855

    OPERATIONS
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    7,499,209
7,688,261

        Other Operating
        Expense    7,351,742
7,859,016

    PARKING
    GARAGE LEASE
    RENTAL
        Total Operating
        Expense    4,835,337
4,838,726

    STATE OFFICE
    BUILDING-NORTH
    LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating
        Expense    11,044,627
11,047,876

    STATE OFFICE
    BUILDING-SOUTH
    LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating
        Expense    14,537,105
14,507,851

    DEBT SERVICE FOR
    PRISON
    CONSTRUCTION
        WABASH VALLEY
        CORRECTIONAL
        INSTITUTION
        (MAXIMUM SECURITY)
            Total Operating
            Expense    6,467,931
6,624,917

        WABASH VALLEY
        CORRECTIONAL
        INSTITUTION
        (MEDIUM SECURITY)
            Total Operating
            Expense    7,469,333
7,524,492

        ROCKVILLE
        CORRECTIONAL
        CENTER
            Total Operating
            Expense    
4,323,770

FOR THE PERSONNEL
DEPARTMENT
        Personal
        Services    3,379,095
3,386,504

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,134,570
1,076,070

    STATE EMPLOYEES'
    APPEALS
    COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    125,350
125,611

        Other Operating
        Expense    15,000
15,000

FOR THE DATA
PROCESSING
OVERSIGHT
COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    390,449
391,359

        Other Operating
        Expense    232,311
232,311

FOR THE COMMISSION
ON PUBLIC
RECORDS
        Personal
        Services    1,341,804
1,344,680

        Other Operating
        Expense    170,393
181,394

G. OTHER
FOR THE COMMISSION
ON UNIFORM
STATE LAWS
        Total Operating
        Expense    41,900
43,200

    FOR THE SECRETARY OF STATE-
        ELECTION DIVISION
            Personal
            Services    454,386     455,394
            Other Operating
            Expense    145,988     106,816
        NATIONAL VOTER
        REGISTRATION
        PROGRAM
            Personal
            Services    47,631     47,738
            Other Operating
            Expense    421,329     421,329

1997-260-4
    SEC. 4. PUBLIC SAFETY
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

PUBLIC SAFETY

A. CORRECTIONS
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF CORRECTION
    ESCAPEE COUNSEL
    AND TRIAL
    EXPENSE
        Other Operating
        Expense    250,000
250,000

    COMMUNITY
    CORRECTIONS
    PROGRAMS
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    25,216,996
    COUNTY JAIL
    MISDEMEANANT
    HOUSING
        Total Operating
        Expenses    2,300,000     2,300,000
    STAFF DEVELOPMENT
    AND TRAINING
        Personal
        Services    734,663
736,278

        Other Operating
        Expense    366,000
366,000

    PAROLE DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    4,198,810
4,207,973

        Other Operating
        Expense    678,719
700,719

    CENTRAL EMERGENCY
    RESPONSE
        Personal
        Services    681,240
682,941

        Other Operating
        Expense    487,500
487,500

    CENTRAL OFFICE
        Personal
        Services    5,917,604
5,930,841

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,205,700
1,222,920

    INFORMATION
    MANAGEMENT
    SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    1,643,677
1,647,377

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,374,510
2,074,510

    JUVENILE TRANSITION
        Personal
        Services    689,210
690,745

        Other Operating
        Expense    9,143,000
9,126,000

    PAROLE BOARD
        Personal
        Services    444,128
445,150

        Other Operating
        Expense    39,700
39,700

    DRUG ABUSE
    PREVENTION
        Personal
        Services    27,191
27,248

        Other Operating
        Expense    72,000
72,000

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    WABASH VALLEY
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    30,422,532     30,489,367
        Other Operating
        Expense    11,850,580     11,850,580
    INDIANA STATE
    PRISON
        Personal
        Services    23,731,279
23,783,174

        Other Operating
        Expense    7,927,030
7,926,816

    VOCATIONAL
    TRAINING
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    381,878
381,884

    PENDLETON
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    23,059,824
23,109,668

        Other Operating
        Expense    6,878,665
6,561,465

    CORRECTIONAL
    INDUSTRIAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    18,330,039
18,369,273

        Other Operating
        Expense    4,277,952
4,022,152

    INDIANA WOMEN'S
    PRISON
        Personal
        Services    9,357,323
9,377,786

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,188,300
2,217,600

    PUTNAMVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    23,652,665     23,704,861
        Other Operating
        Expense    6,262,927     6,674,327
    PLAINFIELD JUVENILE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    12,222,725
12,249,518

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,925,000
2,000,704

    INDIANAPOLIS
    JUVENILE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    7,347,045
7,363,226

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,488,400
1,543,700

    LOGANSPORT
    INTAKE/DIAGNOSTIC
        Personal
        Services    2,003,729
2,008,068

        Other Operating
        Expense    806,782
806,782

    CAMP SUMMIT
        Personal
        Services    1,495,004
1,498,288

        Other Operating
        Expense    434,701
381,001

    BRANCHVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    13,972,436
14,002,707

        Other Operating
        Expense    3,638,300
3,638,300

    WESTVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    36,627,153
36,706,583

        Other Operating
        Expense    10,023,833
10,023,833

    WESTVILLE MAXIMUM
    CONTROL FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    4,652,235
4,662,144

        Other Operating
        Expense    741,100
741,100

    WESTVILLE
    TRANSITIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    3,042,330
3,048,933

        Other Operating
        Expense    327,100
327,100

    ROCKVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY FOR
    WOMEN
        Personal
        Services    10,406,104
10,432,068

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,810,400
2,810,400

    PLAINFIELD
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    22,398,831
22,447,536

        Other Operating
        Expense    6,768,025
6,768,025

    RECEPTION AND
    DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
        Personal
        Services    8,829,340
8,848,357

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,193,285
1,338,585

    HENRYVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,356,991
1,359,892

        Other Operating
        Expense    425,844
425,844

    CHAIN O' LAKES
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,130,668
1,133,092

        Other Operating
        Expense    509,503
451,203

    MEDARYVILLE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,203,489
1,206,092

        Other Operating
        Expense    418,086
374,286

    LAKESIDE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    3,613,397
3,621,040

        Other Operating
        Expense    944,856
841,100

    ATTERBURY
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,554,363
1,557,701

        Other Operating
        Expense    425,650
425,650

    MADISON
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    2,313,584
2,318,489

        Other Operating
        Expense    774,650
774,650

    EDINBURGH
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,909,536
1,913,609

        Other Operating
        Expense    438,192
438,192

    FORT WAYNE
    JUVENILE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    794,592
796,315

        Other Operating
        Expense    372,547
372,547

    SOUTH BEND
    JUVENILE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    1,245,085
1,247,820

        Other Operating
        Expense    485,405
450,205

    NORTH CENTRAL
    JUVENILE
    CORRECTIONAL
    FACILITY
        Personal
        Services    5,335,187
5,346,740

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,094,000
1,094,000

     TITLE XX
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,392,272
5,332,598

    The foregoing appropriations for Title XX for the department of correction are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $4,006,430 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $3,931,448 for fiscal year 1998-99, 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 the 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 budget agency, from funds accruing to the social services block grant purchase of social services contingency fund pursuant to IC 12-13-10 for the purpose of reimbursing the foregoing appropriations for expenditures made therefrom that 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    14,052,500
14,052,500

    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 $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, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
B. LAW ENFORCEMENT
FOR THE ADJUTANT
GENERAL
        Personal
        Services    6,113,044

6,125,861

        Other Operating
        Expense    4,311,894
4,311,894

    NAVAL FORCES
        Personal
        Services    108,866
109,094

        Other Operating
        Expense    107,237
107,237

    DISABLED SOLDIERS'
    PENSION
        Other Operating
        Expense    13,868
14,284

    GOVERNOR'S CIVIL
    AND MILITARY
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    970,000
    The above appropriations for the adjutant general governor's civil and military contingency fund are made under IC 10-2-7-1.
FOR THE CRIMINAL
JUSTICE INSTITUTE
    ADMINISTRATIVE
    MATCH
        Total Operating
        Expense    149,350
149,350

    DRUG ENFORCEMENT
    MATCH
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,759,415
1,759,415

    VICTIM AND
    WITNESS
    ASSISTANCE FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    626,000
626,000

    The above appropriations for the victim and witness assistance fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the victim and witness fund as provided by IC 5-2-6-14. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    VIOLENT CRIME
    VICTIMS
    COMPENSATION
    FUND
        Personal
        Services    212,593
213,046

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,286,954
2,286,954

    The above appropriation is from revenues accruing to the violent crime victims compensation fund as provided in IC 5-2-6.1-40. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    STATE DRUG FREE
    COMMUNITIES
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    509,825
509,825

    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 5-2-10-2. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    INDIANA SAFE
    SCHOOLS FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,300,000
3,400,000

    The foregoing appropriations for the Indiana safe schools fund established in IC 5-2-10.1-2 are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $3,000,000 for fiscal year 1997-98 and not to exceed $3,000,000 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the Indiana safe schools fund. The above appropriations with the approval of the governor and the budget agency may be augmented from the funds accruing to the Indiana safe schools fund.
    LAW ENFORCEMENT
    ASSISTANCE FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    12,500,000     12,500,000
    The foregoing appropriations for the law enforcement assistance fund established in IC 5-2-13 are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $12,500,000 for fiscal year 1997-98 and not to exceed $12,500,000 for fiscal year 1998-99. The above appropriations with the approval of the governor and the budget agency may be augmented from funds accruing to the law enforcement assistance fund.
    OFFICE OF TRAFFIC
    SAFETY
        Personal
        Services    1,086,345
1,087,189

        Other Operating
        Expense    5,182,030
5,182,030

    The above appropriations to the office of traffic safety are from the motor vehicle highway fund. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    ALCOHOL AND DRUG
    COUNTERMEASURES
        Total Operating
        Expense    527,100
527,100

    The above appropriations for alcohol and drug countermeasures are appropriated from revenues accruing to the alcohol and drug countermeasures fund as provided in IC 9-27-2-11. With approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    HIGHWAY SAFETY
    PLAN
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,925,000
1,925,000

    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 that are included in a current highway safety plan approved by the governor and the 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 deposited into the motor vehicle highway fund.
    CORONERS TRAINING
    BOARD
        Personal
        Services    260,000
260,000

        Other Operating
        Expense    76,785
70,292

    The foregoing appropriations to the coroners training board are appropriated from revenues accruing to the coroners training and continuing education fund as provided in IC 4-23-6.5-8. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE LAW ENFORCEMENT
TRAINING
BOARD
        Personal
        Services    2,134,792
2,139,298

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,163,045
1,162,545

    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 budget agency, said sums

may be augmented from the fund.
FOR THE INDIANA STATE
POLICE
AND MOTOR
CARRIER
INSPECTION
        Personal
        Services    82,385,669

82,701,177

        Other Operating
        Expense    22,921,299
22,074,299

    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 9-29-11-1, there are 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 9-26-3.
    Of the funds above appropriated for the Indiana state police for fiscal year 1997-98, $50,341,774 is appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund, $50,341,773 is appropriated from the state general fund, and $4,623,421 is appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund.
    Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1998-99, $50,076,028 is appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund, $50,076,027 is appropriated from the state general fund and $4,623,421 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 budget committee.
    With the approval of the governor and the 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    230,000
230,000

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    PENSION FUND
        Pension Fund
        Contribution    9,195,733
9,609,542

    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 $4,597,866 for fiscal year 1997-98, and not to exceed $4,804,771 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    SUPPLEMENTAL
    PENSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,800,000

2,800,000

    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 $1,400,000 for fiscal year 1997-98, and not to exceed $1,400,000 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    If the above appropriations for supplemental pension for any one (1) year are greater than the amount actually required under the provisions of IC 10-1-2.6, then the 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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented.
    BENEFIT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,037,019
2,160,721

    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 $1,018,509 for fiscal year 1997-98, and not to exceed $1,080,360 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund. With the approval of the governor and the 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 the superintendent's 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 $87,500 for fiscal year 1997-98, and not to exceed $87,500 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
C. REGULATORY AND LICENSING
FOR THE ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGE
COMMISSION
        Personal    
        Services    3,260,491
3,266,890

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,591,012
1,191,012

    Of the above appropriations for the alcoholic beverage commission, for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $3,376,000 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the enforcement and administration fund created by IC 7.1-4-10-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the enforcement and administration fund. Of the balance of the above appropriations, for fiscal year 1997-98, $1,475,503, and, for fiscal year 1998-99, $1,081,902, are appropriated from the state general fund.
FOR THE STATE
BOARD OF ANIMAL
HEALTH
        Personal
        Services    2,654,645
2,660,350

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,254,754
1,254,754

    INDEMNITY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    185,000
    MEAT & POULTRY
    INSPECTION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,784,004
1,787,098

FOR THE CIVIL
RIGHTS COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    2,001,787
2,006,084

        Other Operating
        Expense    391,815
391,815

    It is the intention of the general assembly that the civil rights commission shall make application to the federal government for funding related to the federal fair housing program, the federal fair housing initiatives program, and the federal employment discrimination program. Federal funds received by the state for these programs shall be considered as a reimbursement of state expenditures and as such shall be deposited into the state general fund.
FOR THE
WOMEN'S COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    100,000     100,000
FOR THE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT
AGENCY
        Personal
        Services    1,488,309
1,491,338

        Other Operating
        Expense    626,257
626,257

    EMERGENCY
    MANAGEMENT
    AGENCY
    CONTINGENCY
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    250,000
250,000

    EARTHQUAKE
    PROGRAM MATCH
        Total Operating
        Expense    23,138
23,174

    URBAN SEARCH
    AND RESCUE
        Total Operating
        Expense    1
1

    The funds appropriated to the emergency management agency for urban search and rescue 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 budget agency may be augmented from funds accruing to the fire and building services fund.
    DISASTER
    PREPAREDNESS
    IMPROVEMENT
    GRANT MATCH
        Total Operating
        Expense    50,000
50,000

    DIRECTION
    CONTROL
    AND WARNING
        Total Operating
        Expense    31,750
31,750

    INDIVIDUAL AND
    FAMILY
    ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    1
1

    PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    1
1

    The above appropriations for individual and family assistance and public assistance may be augmented with the approval of the governor and the budget agency from revenue accruing to the state 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 deposited into the state general fund.
    The above appropriations for the emergency management agency contingency fund are made to the contingency fund pursuant to IC 10-4-1-22. The above appropriations shall be in addition to any unexpended balances in the fund as of June 30, 1997.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF FIRE AND
BUILDING SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    6,709,227

6,723,770

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,791,025
1,791,025

    The funds appropriated to the department of fire and building services 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 budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the fire and building services fund.
FOR THE PUBLIC
SAFETY TRAINING
INSTITUTE
        Personal
        Services    654,693
656,015

        Other Operating
        Expense    751,824
751,824

    The foregoing appropriations to the public safety training institute are from the fire and building services fund established in IC 22-12-6-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from funds accruing to the fire and building services fund.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF FINANCIAL
INSTITUTIONS
        Personal
        Services    4,287,630
4,296,900

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,465,806
1,444,306

    The foregoing appropriations to the department of financial institutions are appropriated from revenues accruing to the financial institutions fund established in IC 28-11-2-9. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE HEALTH
PROFESSIONS
SERVICE BUREAU
        Personal
        Services    1,515,320
1,516,573

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,266,036
885,536

    IMPAIRED NURSES
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    112,000
112,000

    The above funds appropriated to the impaired nurses program are appropriated from the impaired nurses account created by IC 25-23-1-34. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the account.
FOR THE WORKER'S
COMPENSATION
BOARD
        Personal
        Services    1,522,495
1,525,788

        Other Operating
        Expense    268,723
268,723

FOR THE INSURANCE
DEPARTMENT
        Personal
        Services    2,536,542
2,620,258

        Other Operating
        Expense    563,159
583,659

    Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1997-98, $2,382,579 is appropriated from the state general fund and the balance from the department of insurance fund established in IC 27-1-3-28. Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1998-99, $2,482,578 is appropriated from the state general fund and the balance from the department of insurance fund established in IC 27-1-3-28.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency may be augmented from funds accruing to the department of insurance fund.
    EXAMINATIONS
        Personal
        Services    1,328,466
1,331,420

        Other Operating
        Expense    137,900
137,900

    Of the funds appropriated for 1997-98, $861,144 is appropriated from the state general fund and the balance from the department of insurance fund established in IC 27-1-3-28. Of the funds appropriated for 1998-99, $861,144 is appropriated from the state general fund and the balance from the department of insurance fund established in IC 27-1-3-28.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the department of insurance fund.
    If the revenues accruing to the state general fund for the examinations account exceed the amount appropriated above, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the account.
    BAIL BOND
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    314,049
314,174

        Other Operating
        Expense    15,515
15,515

    The foregoing appropriations to the insurance department bail bond division are appropriated from revenues accruing to the bail bond enforcement and administration fund established by IC 27-10-5-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    PATIENT'S
    COMPENSATION
    AUTHORITY
        Personal
        Services    554,193
514,879

        Other Operating
        Expense    433,575
613,575

    The foregoing appropriations to the insurance department patient's compensation authority are appropriated from revenues accruing to the patient's compensation fund as provided in IC 27-12-6-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    POLITICAL
    SUBDIVISION
    RISK
    MANAGEMENT
        Personal
        Services    260,521
260,697

        Other Operating
        Expense    5,628,535
5,628,535

    The foregoing appropriations to the insurance department political subdivision risk management are appropriated from revenues accruing to the political subdivision risk management fund as provided in IC 27-1-29-10. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    MINE SUBSIDENCE
    INSURANCE
        Personal
        Services    155,276
155,467

        Other Operating
        Expense    406,350
406,350

    The foregoing appropriations to the insurance department mine subsidence insurance are appropriated from revenues accruing to the mine subsidence insurance fund as provided in IC 27-7-9-7.
    With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the foregoing appropriations to mine subsidence insurance may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE
PROFESSIONAL
LICENSING
AGENCY
        Personal
        Services    1,550,351
1,553,468

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,548,734
1,548,734

    EMBALMERS AND
    FUNERAL
    DIRECTORS
    EDUCATION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    9,200
9,200

    The above funds appropriated to the embalmers and funeral directors education fund are to be paid from the funeral service education fund as provided in IC 25-15-9-13. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE BUREAU
OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        Personal
        Services    15,809,079
15,841,369

        Other Operating
        Expense    12,800,617
12,800,617

    LICENSE PLATES
        Total Operating
        Expense    17,745,450
4,952,250

    ABANDONED
    VEHICLES
        Total Operating
        Expense    28,975
28,975

    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 under IC 9-22-1-28. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the motor vehicle highway fund and the abandoned vehicle fund, respectively.
    FINANCIAL
    RESPONSIBILITY
    COMPLIANCE
    VERIFICATION
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,323,803
1,310,568

    The above appropriations for the financial responsibility compliance verification fund are appropriated from revenues accruing to the financial responsibility compliance verification fund pursuant to IC 9-25-9-7. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the financial responsibility compliance verification fund.
FOR THE UTILITY
REGULATORY
COMMISSION
NOMINATING
COMMITTEE
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,000
5,000

    Notwithstanding the provisions of IC 8-1-1.5-9(c), the above appropriations are hereby made for the purpose of defraying any and all expenses that may be incurred by the nominating committee.
FOR THE UTILITY
REGULATORY
COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    3,877,292
3,885,822

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,889,025
1,889,025

FOR THE UTILITY
CONSUMER
COUNSELOR
        Personal
        Services    3,055,096
3,062,010

        Other Operating
        Expense    677,440
677,440

    EXPERT WITNESS
    FEES AND AUDIT
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    1,550,000
    The foregoing appropriations to the utility regulatory commission, utility consumer counselor, and expert witness fees and audits, are appropriated from revenues accruing to the utility regulatory fund as provided in IC 8-1-6. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the public utility fund; however, unused funds do not revert to the utility regulatory fund unless approved by the budget agency after consultation with the budget committee.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF LABOR
        Personal
        Services    968,105
970,158

        Other Operating
        Expense    227,775
227,486

    BUREAU OF MINES
    AND MINING
        Personal
        Services    102,468
102,664

        Other Operating
        Expense    92,920
92,771

    BUREAU OF
    SAFETY EDUCATION
    AND TRAINING
        Personal
        Services    801,976
803,748

        Other Operating
        Expense    292,000
299,000

    The above funds appropriated to the bureau of safety education and training are to be paid from a special fund for safety and health consultation services created in IC 22-8-1.1-48. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    OCCUPATIONAL
    SAFETY AND
    HEALTH
        Personal
        Services    2,113,359
2,117,885

        Other Operating
        Expense    438,993
443,993

    INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
        Personal
        Services    1,163,503
1,166,090

        Other Operating
        Expense    241,400
241,400

    RESEARCH AND
    STATISTICS
        Personal
        Services    198,828
199,184

        Other Operating
        Expense    58,100
58,100

    The above funds are appropriated to the bureau of safety education and training, occupational safety and health, and 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, and to research and statistics as provided by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 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, and research and statistics cost, it is the intention of the general assembly that the department 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 bureau of safety education and training appropriations shall be deposited into a special fund for safety and health consultation services, as established in IC 22-8-1.1-48, and federal funds received for costs attributable to occupational safety and health appropriations, industrial hygiene appropriations, or the research and statistics appropriations shall be deposited into the state general fund.
    EMPLOYMENT
    OF YOUTH
        Total Operating
        Expense    35,600
35,600

    The above funds appropriated to the employment of youth program are to be paid from a special fund for employment of youth created in IC 20-8.1-4-31. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.

1997-260-5
    SEC. 5. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

CONSERVATION AND

ENVIRONMENT

A. NATURAL RESOURCES
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF NATURAL
RESOURCES -
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    2,879,149
2,885,484

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,592,016
1,577,472

    From the above appropriation, $75,000 in each state fiscal year shall be used for the Grissom Museum.
    DEPARTMENT OF
    NATURAL RESOURCES
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
        Personal
        Services    113,370
113,620

        Other Operating
        Expense    140,000
140,000

    ENTOMOLOGY
    AND PLANT
    PATHOLOGY
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    566,555
567,857

        Other Operating
        Expense    148,733
130,233

    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 14-24-10-3. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said appropriation may be augmented from revenue accruing to the entomology and plant pathology fund.
    ENGINEERING
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    1,079,939
1,082,385

        Other Operating
        Expense    136,615
136,615

    STATE MUSEUM
        Personal
        Services    1,498,815
1,502,045

        Other Operating
        Expense    528,009
528,009

    STATE HISTORIC
    SITES
        Personal
        Services    1,656,073
1,659,719

        Other Operating
        Expense    497,067
497,067

    HISTORIC
    PRESERVATION
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    541,178
542,360

        Other Operating
        Expense    60,200
60,200

    OUTDOOR
    RECREATION
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    622,988
624,383

        Other Operating
        Expense    159,812
159,812

    SNOWMOBILE/OFFROAD
    VEHICLE LICENSING
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    107,187
107,187

    The foregoing appropriations for the snowmobile/offroad vehicle licensing fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the snowmobile/offroad licensing fund under the provisions of IC 14-16-2-8. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said appropriations may be augmented from revenue accruing to the snowmobile/offroad vehicle licensing fund.
    NATURE PRESERVES
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    517,009
518,169

        Other Operating
        Expense    82,196
70,696

    WATER DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    4,143,048
4,152,179

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,702,545
1,725,945

    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 deposited 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    46,000
46,000

    SOIL CONSERVATION
    DIVISION -
    T by 2000
        Personal
        Services    2,559,109
2,564,741

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,540,380
2,537,487

    Of the foregoing appropriations for the soil conservation division, $460,000 is appropriated from the revenues accruing to the state general fund during each state fiscal year and the remainder is appropriated from revenues accruing to the department of natural resources cigarette tax fund created by IC 6-7-1-28.1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from the cigarette tax fund.
    LAKE AND RIVER
    ENHANCEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    1,660,000
    The lake and river enhancement fund consists of revenues accruing to the department of natural resources under the provisions of IC 6-6-11-12.5. The foregoing appropriation for lake and river enhancement is hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the lake and river enhancement fund. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, this appropriation may be augmented from the lake and river enhancement fund.
    OIL AND GAS
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    1,017,432
1,019,663

        Other Operating
        Expense    385,347
385,347

    The foregoing appropriations for the oil and gas division of the department of natural resources are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the oil and gas environmental fund created by IC 14-37-10-2 in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $200,000 for fiscal year 1998-99, from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $300,000 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $300,000 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance

from revenues accruing to the oil and gas fund created by IC 6-8-1-27. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to the oil and gas fund.
    STATE PARKS
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    12,177,663

12,205,160

        Other Operating
        Expense    4,339,380
4,339,380

    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 $6,772,300 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $7,846,540 for fiscal year 1998-99, 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 budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division. The department of natural resources may adopt rules establishing admission fees or service charges, or both, for all state parks and other suitable places for recreation, in accordance with IC 14-19-1-2.
    LAW ENFORCEMENT
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    13,005,431
13,032,863

        Other Operating
        Expense    3,257,009
3,257,009

    The foregoing appropriations to the law enforcement division of the department of natural resources are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $8,809,274 for fiscal year 1997-98 and an amount not to exceed $8,809,274 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenue accruing to the fish and wildlife fund established by IC 14-22-3-2. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division.
    DEER RESEARCH AND
    MANAGEMENT
        Personal
        Services    1,350
1,350

        Other Operating
        Expense    118,650
118,650

    The foregoing appropriations for deer research and management are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the deer research and management fund created by IC 14-22-5-2. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to that fund.
    FISH AND WILDLIFE
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    9,577,992
9,598,447

        Other Operating
        Expense    4,095,054
4,095,054

    The foregoing appropriations to the fish and wildlife division of the department of natural resources are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the fish and wildlife fund established by IC 14-22-3-2. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division.
    FORESTRY DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    6,565,220
6,619,088

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,447,758
1,447,758

    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 $1,232,844 for fiscal year 1997-98 and an amount not to exceed $1,240,924 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenue accruing to the division of forestry created by IC 14-23-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division. All money expended by the division of forestry 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 14-9-8.
    RESERVOIR
    MANAGEMENT
    DIVISION
        Personal
        Services    5,943,288
5,956,666

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,886,633
1,886,633

    The foregoing appropriations to the department of natural resources reservoir management division are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed $3,658,151 for fiscal year 1997-98 and an amount not to exceed $3,657,011 for fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance from revenues accruing to the reservoir management division. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the reservoir management division.
    RECLAMATION
    DIVISION
        Total Operating
        Expense    4,911,678
4,920,681

    For state fiscal year 1997-98, $1,003,087, and, for state fiscal year 1998-99, $1,006,238, of the foregoing appropriations to the reclamation division of the department of natural resources are from the state general fund. The balance of the foregoing appropriations are from revenue accruing to the post-1977 abandoned mine reclamation fund as provided in IC 14-34-6-15 and the natural resources reclamation division fund as provided in IC 14-34-14-2.
    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 for which 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.
    LEGISLATORS' TREES
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    900
FOR THE WHITE
RIVER PARK
COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,476,887

1,257,472

FOR THE WORLD WAR
MEMORIAL
COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    719,538
721,060

        Other Operating
        Expense    307,346
257,346

    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    74,000
74,000

B. DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
MANAGEMENT
    The purpose of the department of environmental management appropriations set forth below is the protection of the health and safety of the individual citizens of Indiana and of Indiana's natural environment.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF ENVIRONMENTAL
MANAGEMENT
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    3,348,904
3,356,230

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,432,702
1,432,702

    OFFICE OF PUBLIC
    POLICY AND
    PLANNING
        Personal
        Services    115,268
115,534

        Other Operating
        Expense    79,722
79,722

    OHIO RIVER VALLEY
    WATER SANITATION
    COMMISSION
        Other Operating
        Expense    209,200
215,500

    Of the above appropriations for the Ohio River Valley Water sanitation commission, for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $143,844 are appropriated from the state general fund. The balance of the above appropriations is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    OFFICE OF
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    RESPONSE
        Personal
        Services    3,111,386
3,118,259

        Other Operating
        Expense    644,560
644,560

    POLLUTION
    PREVENTION AND
    TECHNICAL
    ASSISTANCE
        Personal
        Services    868,633
870,606

        Other Operating
        Expense    532,504
532,504

    MIDWEST LOW LEVEL
    RADIOACTIVE WASTE
    COMMISSION
        Other Operating
        Expense    10,000
10,000

    U.S. GEOLOGICAL
    SURVEY CONTRACTS
        Other Operating
        Expense    62,890
62,890

    STATE SOLID WASTE
    GRANTS MANAGEMENT
        Personal
        Services    226,846
227,321

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,886,334
1,886,334

    The above appropriations for the state solid waste grants

management are appropriated from revenues accruing to the state solid waste management fund established by IC 13-20-22-2. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the state solid waste management fund.
    WASTE TIRE
    MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    200,000

200,000

    The above appropriations for waste tire management are appropriated from revenues accruing to the waste tire management fund established by IC 13-20-13-8. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the waste tire management fund.
    VOLUNTARY CLEAN-UP
    PROGRAM
        Personal
        Services    136,517
136,825

        Other Operating
        Expense    47,575
47,575

    The above appropriations for the voluntary clean-up program are appropriated from revenues accruing to the voluntary remediation fund established by IC 13-25-5-21. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the voluntary remediation fund.
TITLE V AIR

    PERMIT PROGRAM
        Personal
        Services    6,041,311
6,054,500

        Other Operating
        Expense    4,163,457
4,163,457

    The above appropriations for the Title V air permit program are appropriated from revenues accruing to the Title V operating permit program trust fund established by IC 13-17-8-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the Title V operating permit program trust fund.
    WATER MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
        Personal
        Services    4,626,344
4,635,562

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,335,366
2,335,366

    SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
    PERMITTING
        Personal
        Services    3,858,883     3,867,213
        Other Operating
        Expense    1,489,742     1,489,742
    HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
    PERMITTING
        Personal
        Services    3,278,803
3,281,990

        Other Operating
        Expense    671,562
672,215

    Of the above appropriations for water management permitting, solid waste management permitting, and hazardous waste management permitting, for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $2,341,990 is appropriated from the state general fund for water management permitting, $2,206,441 is appropriated for solid waste permitting, and $2,061,624 is appropriated for hazardous waste permitting. The balance of the above appropriations is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management permit operation fund established by IC 13-15-11-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management permit operation fund.
    VOLUNTARY
    COMPLIANCE
        Personal
        Services    257,385
257,961

        Other Operating
        Expense    88,073
88,073

    The above appropriations for voluntary compliance are appropriated from revenues accruing to the voluntary compliance fund created by IC 13-28-2-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the voluntary compliance fund.
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    MANAGEMENT
    SPECIAL FUND - OPERATING
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,100,000
1,100,000

    The above appropriations for environmental management special fund - operating are appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    OFFICE OF
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    RESPONSE AIR 112R
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,282
6,282

    The above appropriations for the office of environmental response air 112R are appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund established by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    WATERSHED
    MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    33,708
33,708

    The above appropriations for watershed management are appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund established by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    CLEAN VESSEL
    PUMPOUT
        Total Operating
        Expense    66,667
66,667

    The above appropriations for clean vessel pumpout are appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund established by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    GROUNDWATER PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    21,254
21,264

    UNDERGROUND STORAGE
    TANK PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    22,740
22,771

    The above appropriations for the underground storage tank program are appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund created by IC 13-23-6-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund.
    AIR MANAGEMENT
    OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    1,797,319
1,802,022

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,531,050
1,535,056

    Of the foregoing appropriations for air management operating $1,425,674 is appropriated from the state general fund for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    LEAD-BASED PAINT ACTIVITIES
    PROGRAM
        Personal
        Services    259,314     259,314
        Other Operating
        Expense    119,143     98,143
    The foregoing appropriations for the lead paint abatement program are appropriated from revenues accruing to the lead trust fund created by IC 13-17-14-6. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the lead trust fund.
    WATER MANAGEMENT
    NON-PERMITTING
        Personal
        Services    2,288,219
2,294,446

        Other Operating
        Expense    493,988
495,354

    GREAT LAKES
    INITIATIVE
        Total Operating
        Expense    95,000
95,000

    The above appropriations for the Great Lakes initiative are appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    COASTAL MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    22,636
22,636

    OPERATOR TRAINING
        Total Operating
        Expense    42,009
42,009

    SAFE DRINKING
    WATER
        Personal
        Services    463,373
466,211

        Other Operating
        Expense    180,201
181,304

    Of the foregoing appropriations, $600,000 is appropriated from the state general fund for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, and the balance is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    LEAKING UNDERGROUND
    STORAGE TANKS
        Personal
        Services    79,624
79,752

        Other Operating
        Expense    32,523
32,575

    The above appropriations for leaking underground storage tanks are appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund established by IC 13-23-6-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund.
    CORE SUPERFUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    55,352
55,399

    The above appropriations for the core superfund are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund

established by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund.
    STATE REVOLVING
    LOAN FUND -
    OPERATING
        Total Operating
        Expense    200,000

200,000

    OFFICE OF LEGAL
    AFFAIRS AND
    ENFORCEMENT
        Personal
        Services    3,703,726     3,703,726
        Other Operating
        Expense    464,577     464,577
    Of the above appropriations for legal affairs and enforcement, for fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $386,113 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the Title V operating permit program trust fund created by IC 13-17-8-1, $215,400 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management permit operating fund created by IC 13-15-11-1, $420,336 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1, $122,163 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund created by IC 13-23-6-1, $122,163 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1, $122,163 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank excess liability fund created by IC 13-23-7-1, and $24,433 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the asbestos trust fund created by IC 13-17-6-3. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the above funds. Of the balance of the appropriations, $2,755,532 is appropriated from the state general fund for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99.
    AUTO EMISSIONS
    TESTING PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,888,084
6,738,084

    The above appropriation includes $1,700,000 in one-time capital funding for the following:
        (1) One (1) additional emissions testing station in a county having a population of more than four hundred thousand (400,000) but less than seven hundred thousand (700,000) in which certain motor vehicles registered in the county are required to undergo a periodic test of emission characteristics. The additional inspection station shall be located in the city with the largest population in the county.
        (2) One (1) additional emissions testing station in a county having a population of more than one hundred twenty-five thousand (125,000) but less than one hundred twenty-nine thousand (129,000) in which certain motor vehicles registered

in the county are required to undergo a periodic test of emission characteristics. The additional inspection station shall be located in the city with the largest population in the county.
    HAZARDOUS WASTE
    SITE - STATE CLEAN-UP
        Personal
        Services    610,561     611,944
        Other Operating
        Expense    1,482,346     1,482,346
    The above appropriations for the hazardous waste site - state clean-up are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund.

TITLE III

    COORDINATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    204,000
204,000

    The above appropriations for Title III coordination are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund.
    SUPERFUND MATCH
        Other Operating
        Expense    1,979,934
1,979,934

    The above appropriations for the superfund match are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund.
    HOUSEHOLD
    HAZARDOUS WASTE
        Total Operating
        Expense    292,252
292,252

    The above appropriations for household hazardous waste are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund.
    LABORATORY
    CONTRACTS
        Other Operating
        Expense    3,218,000
3,218,000

    Of the foregoing appropriations for laboratory contracts, for fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $1,250,000 is appropriated from the state general fund. Of the balance of the appropriations for each of fiscal year 1997-98 and fiscal year 1998-99, $650,000 is appropriated from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1, and $1,318,000 is appropriated from

revenues accruing to the hazardous substances response trust fund created by IC 13-25-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund and the hazardous substances response trust fund.
    ASBESTOS TRUST
    OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    508,928

510,017

        Other Operating
        Expense    76,047
76,209

    The above appropriations for asbestos trust operating are appropriated from revenues accruing to the asbestos trust fund established by IC 13-17-6-3. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the asbestos trust fund.
    PETROLEUM TRUST
    OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    347,732     348,501
        Other Operating
        Expense    439,500     439,500
    The above appropriations for petroleum trust operating are appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund created by IC 13-23-6-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank trust fund.
    UNDERGROUND
    PETROLEUM
    STORAGE
    TANK-OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    395,937     396,811
        Other Operating
        Expense    5,142,450     5,142,450
    The above appropriations for the underground petroleum storage tank - operating are appropriated from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank excess liability fund established by IC 13-23-7-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the underground petroleum storage tank excess liability fund.
    Notwithstanding any other law, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency the above appropriations for hazardous waste management permitting, groundwater, underground storage tank program, air management operating, water management non-permitting, coastal management safe drinking water, office of legal affairs and enforcement, and asbestos trust operating may be used to fund activities incorporated into a performance partnership grant between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the department of environmental management.
FOR THE OFFICE OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
ADJUDICATION
        Personal
        Services    157,487
157,800

        Other Operating
        Expense    116,825
116,825

FOR THE HAZARDOUS
WASTE FACILITY
SITE
APPROVAL
AUTHORITY
        Total Operating
        Expense    1
1

    The foregoing appropriations for the hazardous waste facility site approval authority are from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-14-12-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, such sums may be augmented from the environmental management special fund.
FOR THE POLLUTION
PREVENTION
INSTITUTE
        Other Operating
        Expense    500,000
500,000

1997-260-6
    SEC. 6. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

A. AGRICULTURE
FOR THE
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
    STANDARDBRED BOARD
    OF REGULATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    134,000
134,000

    The foregoing appropriations are made from revenues accruing to the state general fund under IC 4-33-12-6(b)(6). With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above appropriations for the standardbred board regulation may be augmented from the distribution to the Indiana horse racing commission under IC 4-33-12-6(b)(6).
    OFFICE OF THE
    COMMISSIONER OF
    AGRICULTURE
        Personal
        Services    1,224,900
1,227,167

        Other Operating
        Expense    259,160
259,160

    VALUE ADDED
    RESEARCH FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    400,000
400,000

    FARM COUNSELING
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    175,000     175,000
B. COMMERCE
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF COMMERCE
    ADMINISTRATIVE
    AND FINANCIAL
    SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    1,760,172
1,764,131

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,446,439
1,446,439

    BUSINESS
    DEVELOPMENT
        Personal
        Services    1,141,550
1,144,128

        Other Operating
        Expense    189,823
189,823

    TOURISM AND FILM
    DEVELOPMENT
        Personal
        Services    920,834
922,869

        Other Operating
        Expense    405,964
405,964

    INTERNATIONAL
    TRADE
        Personal
        Services    1,671,361
1,672,254

        Other Operating
        Expense    224,760
224,760

    COMMUNITY
    ECONOMIC
    DEVELOPMENT
        Personal
        Services    389,079
389,952

        Other Operating
        Expense    87,842
87,842

    OFFICE OF ENERGY
    POLICY
        Personal
        Services    193,793
194,233

        Other Operating
        Expense    46,650
46,650

    ENERGY
    IMPLEMENTATION
    GRANT
        Total Operating
        Expense    96,794
96,794

    ENTERPRISE ZONE
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    181,125
181,349

    The foregoing appropriations for the enterprise zone fund of the department of commerce are hereby appropriated from the revenues accruing to the fund as created by IC 4-4-6.1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the enterprise zone fund.
    RECYCLING OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    87,672
87,869

        Other Operating
        Expense    23,567
23,567

    RECYCLING
    PROMOTION AND
    ASSISTANCE
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,500,000
1,500,000

    The above appropriations for recycling operating and the recycling promotion and assistance program are made from the Indiana recycling promotion and assistance fund in accordance with the provisions of IC 4-23-5.5. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the Indiana recycling promotion and assistance fund.
    WASTE TIRE
    MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    693,661
693,661

    The above appropriations for waste tire management expenses are appropriated from revenues accruing to the waste tire management fund in accordance with the provisions of IC 13-20-13-8. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the waste tire management fund.
    BUSINESS AND
    TOURISM
    PROMOTION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    10,000,000
    COMMUNITY
    PROMOTION
    MATCHING FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    500,000
    ECONOMIC
    DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    1,500,000
    INDUSTRIAL
    DEVELOPMENT
    GRANT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    8,400,000
    LOCAL ECONOMIC
    DEVELOPMENT
    ORGANIZATION/
    REGIONAL
    ECONOMIC
    DEVELOPMENT
    ORGANIZATION
    (LEDO/REDO)
    MATCHING GRANT
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    2,000,000
    STRATEGIC
    DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    500,000
    TOURISM
    INFORMATION AND
    PROMOTION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    300,000
300,000

    TRADE PROMOTION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    200,000
200,000

    TRAINING 2000
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    26,000,000
    ECONOMIC
    DEVELOPMENT
    COUNCIL
        Total Operating
        Expense    350,000
350,000

INDIANA DEVELOPMENT
    FINANCE AUTHORITY
    (IDFA)
    PROJECT GUARANTY
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    1,000,000
    BUSINESS
    DEVELOPMENT
    LOAN FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    2,000,000
    CAPITAL ACCESS
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    2,000,000
    The above appropriation for the capital access program may be used as the state match requirement for the federal capital access program. Of the foregoing appropriation, up to $500,000 may be used for multi-bank community development corporation start-up grants.
    LABOR/MANAGEMENT
    COUNCIL
        Total Operating
        Expense    400,000
400,000

    SMALL BUSINESS
    DEVELOPMENT
    CORPORATION
    (SBDC)
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,540,000
1,540,000

    Of the foregoing appropriation for the small business development corporation (SBDC), $500,000 shall be allocated to the minority business financial assistance program to capitalize the SBDC microloan program.
    SBDC, SMALL
    BUSINESS
    INCUBATOR FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    500,000
    The budget agency may not make an allotment of funds appropriated to the business and tourism promotion fund, the industrial development grant fund, the LEDO/REDO matching grant program, the strategic development fund, the training 2000 fund, the IDFA project guaranty fund, or the SBDC small business incubator fund until the budget committee has reviewed the sums requested for allotment.
    INDIANAPOLIS
    AIRPORT
    AUTHORITY -
    INDIANA
    TRANSPORTATION
    FINANCE
    AUTHORITY -
    AIRPORT
    FACILITIES
        Total Operating
        Expense    17,378,996
18,038,976

    INDIANA INDIVIDUAL
    DEVELOPMENT
    ACCOUNTS
        Total Operating
        Expense    720,000
1,440,000

    The foregoing appropriations to the department of commerce are made in lieu of the appropriations made in HEA 1425-1997.
C. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF WORKFORCE
DEVELOPMENT,
    DIVISION OF
    EMPLOYMENT
    AND TRAINING
    SERVICES, OFFICE
    OF OCCUPATIONAL
    DEVELOPMENT-
    O.I.C.
        Total Operating
        Expense    200,000
200,000

    The above appropriations for the department of workforce development, division of employment and training services shall be used to carry out the purposes of IC 22-4-40.
    TRAINING PROGRAMS
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,280,000
3,280,000

    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,576,022
1,576,022

    Of the foregoing appropriation for administration, $275,000 for each year is for a community workforce learning pilot program.
    OFFICE OF
    WORKFORCE
    LITERACY
        Total Operating
        Expense    650,000
650,000

    VOCATIONAL
    EDUCATION
    EQUIPMENT
    REPLACEMENT
    ALLOCATION
        Distribution    1,500,000
1,500,000

    Transfer appropriations shall be made to the respective institutions' operating accounts by the auditor of state based on the allocations specified below:
    INDIANA
    UNIVERSITY-
    REGIONAL
    CAMPUSES
        EAST
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    15,840
15,840

        KOKOMO
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    12,048
12,048

        NORTHWEST
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    30,342
30,342

        SOUTH BEND
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    13,832
13,832

        INDIANA
        UNIVERSITY-
        PURDUE
        UNIVERSITY
        AT INDIANAPOLIS
        (IUPUI)
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    51,611
51,611

        INDIANA
        UNIVERSITY-
        PURDUE
        UNIVERSITY
        AT FORT WAYNE
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    40,233
40,233

    PURDUE
    UNIVERSITY
        LAFAYETTE
        CAMPUS
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    40,010
40,010

        CALUMET
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    29,152
29,152

        NORTH CENTRAL
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    22,533
22,533

    INDIANA STATE
    UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    12,048
12,048

    BALL STATE
    UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    18,294
18,294

    VINCENNES
    UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    134,829
134,829

    IVY
    TECH
    STATE
    COLLEGE
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    1,079,228
1,079,228

1997-260-7
    SEC. 7. TRANSPORTATION
                                Year

Year

                                1997-98
1998-99

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 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 motor carrier regulation fund.
A. ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    498,798
516,184

        Other Operating
        Expense    160,449
159,274

    Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1997-98, $178,000 is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-23-3-8; $26,400 is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund established under IC 8-3-1.7-2; $74,634 is appropriated from the state general fund; and $380,213 is appropriated from the state highway fund established by IC 8-23-9-54.
    Of the funds appropriated above for fiscal year 1998-99, $182,400 is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-23-3-8; $27,000 is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund established under IC 8-3-1.7-2; $76,457 is appropriated from the state general fund; and $389,601 is appropriated from the state highway fund established by IC 8-23-9-54.
    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the public mass transportation fund, the industrial rail service fund, the state general fund and the state highway fund.
    RAILROAD GRADE
    CROSSING
    IMPROVEMENT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    250,000

250,000

    The above appropriations for the railroad grade crossing improvement fund are made from the state general fund.
B. INTERMODAL
OPERATING
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,709,195
1,770,556

    INTERMODAL
    GRANT PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    37,000
37,000

    The foregoing appropriations for the intermodal operating and intermodal grant programs are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the department of transportation administrative fund. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    HIGH SPEED RAIL
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    27,900
    The foregoing appropriation for high speed rail is appropriated from the high speed rail development fund established by IC 8-23-25-1.
    PUBLIC MASS
    TRANSPORTATION
        Matching
        Funds    23,816,449
24,440,521

    The above appropriations for matching funds are appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established by IC 8-23-3-8.
    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 department of transportation may distribute public mass transportation funds to an eligible municipal corporation that provides public transportation in Indiana.
    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 budget agency after review by the 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 8-23-3 are eligible for assistance under this appropriation.
    If the balance in the public mass transportation fund exceeds 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 budget agency.
C. HIGHWAY
OPERATING
        Personal
        Services    154,511,808

162,591,382

        Other Operating
        Expense    39,365,997
39,324,766

    HIGHWAY VEHICLE
    AND ROAD
    MAINTENANCE
    EQUIPMENT
        Other Operating
        Expense    13,485,620
13,890,190

    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    21,050,000
    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 RESEARCH
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,528,545
1,528,545

D. HIGHWAY CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS
PROGRAM
    HIGHWAY
    MAINTENANCE
    WORK PROGRAM
        Other Operating
        Expense    59,717,912
62,106,629

    The above appropriations for the highway maintenance work program may be used for:
        (1) materials for 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) materials for 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    9,000,000
9,000,000

        Formal
        Contracts    208,800,000
214,900,000

        Consulting
        Services    12,188,980
12,188,980

    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, including the use of the appropriations to match federal funds for said projects;
        (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.
    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 the following:
        (1) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the motor vehicle highway account under IC 8-14-1-3(4).
        (2) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the highway, road and street fund under 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.
        (6) Of the foregoing appropriation for formal contracts, there is

appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund an amount not to exceed $35,000,000 for each fiscal year 1997-98 and 1998-99.
    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 budget agency for the conduct and operation of the department.
    If there is a change in statute reducing or increasing revenue for department use, the 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 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 budget agency may, upon request of the department, and with the approval of the governor, transfer funds from revenue sources set out above from one (1) 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
        Formal
        Contracts    2,958,000

4,759,000

        Lease Rental
        Payments    27,630,233
26,437,696

    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, grade separations, and to include state road 46 west;
        (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 8-14.5.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the state highway road construction and improvement fund.
    CROSSROADS 2000
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expenses
        (Including Formal
        Contracts and
        Lease Rental
        Payments)    27,000,000
27,000,000

    The above appropriations for the crossroads 2000 program are appropriated from the crossroads 2000 fund provided in IC 8-14-10-9 and may include any unencumbered funds carried forward from any previous fiscal year.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the crossroads 2000 fund.
    FEDERAL
    APPORTIONMENT
        Right-of-Way    14,000,000
22,000,000

        Formal
        Contracts    288,100,000
266,300,000

        Consulting
        Engineers    30,496,020
14,496,020

        Highway
        Planning
        and Research    4,618,638
4,618,638

        Local
        Government
        Revolving
        Account    101,250,000
101,250,000

    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 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 1997-99 biennium which obligate not 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.
    Under 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 hereby appropriated to the department of transportation an amount sufficient

to carry out the provisions of this paragraph. Under IC 8-23-5-7(d), such appropriations shall be made from the motor vehicle highway account before distribution to local units of government.
E. 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 research and highway extension program 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. Under 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 account.
    Under 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), one-half (1/2) from the distressed road fund under IC 8-14-8-2.

1997-260-8
    SEC. 8. FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES, HEALTH, AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES, HEALTH, AND

VETERANS' AFFAIRS

A. FOR THE FAMILY
AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION
    FAMILY AND
    SOCIAL SERVICES
    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    12,742,832
12,765,619

    HEALTH, FAMILY
    AND SOCIAL
    SERVICES
    COORDINATING
    ACCOUNT
        Total Operating
        Expense    167,409
167,785

    COMMISSION FOR THE
    STATUS OF BLACK MALES
        Total Operating
        Expense    100,000     100,000
FOR THE BUDGET
AGENCY
    FSSA/DEPARTMENT
    OF HEALTH
    INSTITUTIONAL
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    6,000,000
    The above institutional contingency fund shall be allotted upon the recommendation of the budget agency with approval of the governor. This appropriation shall be used to supplement individual hospital, state developmental center, and special institutions budgets.
FOR THE FAMILY
AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION
    OFFICE
    OF MEDICAID
    POLICY AND
    PLANNING
    OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,724,656
3,877,769

    MEDICAID DISABILITY
    ELIGIBILITY EXAMS
        Total Operating
        Expense    850,000
850,000

    MEDICAID - CURRENT
    OBLIGATIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense    905,680,000
964,540,000

    In addition to the foregoing appropriations for Medicaid - Current Obligations, $35,000,000 in each fiscal year is hereby appropriated from the state hospital care for the indigent fund established by IC 12-16-14-6, notwithstanding the provisions of IC 12-16, for Medicaid - Current Obligations. The foregoing appropriations may be augmented from the Indigent Care Trust Fund pursuant to IC 12-15-20-2(3), subject to the approval of the governor and the budget agency.
    MEDICAID -
    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    18,965,993
18,020,613

    The foregoing appropriations for Medicaid assistance and for Medicaid administration are for the purpose of enabling the office of Medicaid policy and planning to carry out all services as provided in IC 12-8-6. 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 office of Medicaid policy and planning for the respective purposes for which such money was allocated and paid to this state. Subject to the provisions of P.L.46-1995, if the sums herein appropriated for Medicaid assistance and for Medicaid administration are insufficient to enable the office of Medicaid policy and planning 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 budget agency.
    DIVISION
    OF MENTAL
    HEALTH
        Personal
        Services    2,155,383
2,161,265

        Other Operating
        Expense    240,095
240,522

    PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH
        Other Operating
        Expense    224,980
224,980

    WORK PROGRAM
    FOR THE
    CHRONICALLY
    MENTALLY ILL
        Other Operating
        Expense    373,448
373,448

    RESIDENTIAL
    SERVICES FOR
    THE MENTALLY ILL
        Other Operating
        Expense    22,292,162
22,292,162

    The division of mental health must assure that consideration is given to the care and placement of emotionally disturbed children when allocating the above appropriations for residential services for mentally ill persons.
    COMMUNITY MENTAL
    ILLNESS CLINICS
        Other Operating
        Expense    194,353
194,353

    COMPREHENSIVE
    COMMUNITY
    MENTAL HEALTH
    SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    56,002,767
56,002,767

    The foregoing appropriations for the division of mental health comprehensive community mental health services are from revenues

accruing to the state general fund in the following amounts: for fiscal year 1997-98 $51,557,767; for fiscal year 1998-99 $51,557,767; and the balance from revenues accruing to the mental health centers fund as established under IC 6-7-1. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, these sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the mental health centers fund. The comprehensive community mental health centers shall submit their proposed annual budgets (including income and operating statements) to the budget agency on or before August 1 of each year. All federal funds shall be applied in augmentation of the foregoing funds rather than in lieu of any portion of the funds.
    The above appropriations for comprehensive community mental health services include the intragovernmental transfers necessary to provide the nonfederal share of reimbursement under the Medicaid rehabilitation option. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, $3,300,000 of this appropriation may be transferred to the division of mental health community transition fund each year of the biennium.
    ALCOHOL AND
    DRUG SERVICES
    COURT
    REMISSIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,946,936

2,946,936

    The above appropriations are from revenue accruing to the addiction services fund authorized under IC 12-23-2.
    GAMBLERS'
    ASSISTANCE FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,200,000
1,600,000

    The above appropriations to the gamblers' assistance fund may be augmented in accordance with the provisions of IC 4-33-12-6(f).
    ADDICTION SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,000,000     1,000,000
    MENTAL HEALTH
    COMMUNITY
    TRANSITION
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    23,717,248
32,333,335

    MENTAL HEALTH
    INSTITUTIONS
        Personal
        Services    92,947,720
86,482,210

        Other Operating
        Expense    15,146,875
14,473,819

    PATIENT PAYROLL
        Total Operating
        Expense    320,000
320,000

    The foregoing appropriations for the mental health institutions are

for the operations of Evansville psychiatric children's center, Evansville state hospital, Larue D. Carter memorial hospital, Logansport state hospital, Madison state hospital, and Richmond state hospital.
    The foregoing appropriations for the division of mental health institutions are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in the following amounts: for fiscal year 1997-98, up to $85,687,590; for fiscal year 1998-99, up to $78,604,635; and the balance from revenues accruing to the mental health fund established by IC 12-24-14.
    Sixty-six percent (66%) of the revenues accruing to the state mental health institutions pursuant to IC 12-15 shall be deposited in the mental health fund established by IC 12-24-14, and thirty-four percent (34%) of the revenues accruing to the institutions, under IC 12-15, shall be deposited in the state general fund.
    In addition to the above appropriations each institution may qualify for an additional appropriation, or allotment, subject to approval of the governor and the budget agency, from the mental health fund of up to twenty percent (20%), but not to exceed $50,000 in each fiscal year, of the amount in which actual net collections exceed an amount specified in writing by the division of mental health before July 1 of each year beginning July 1, 1997.
    DIVISION
    OF FAMILY AND
    CHILDREN SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    4,795,161

4,805,692

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,801,453
1,801,453

    PERSONAL SERVICES
    REIMBURSEMENT
    TO COUNTIES
    INCLUDING PERF,
    HEALTH
    INSURANCE, AND
    LIFE INSURANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    55,132,803
57,063,486

    SPECIAL NEEDS
    ADOPTION
        Personal
        Services    263,519
264,017

        Other Operating
        Expense    405,108
405,108

TITLE IV-D OF THE

    FEDERAL SOCIAL
    SECURITY ACT
    (STATE MATCH)
        Total Operating
        Expense    9,659,139
9,377,518

    The foregoing appropriations for the division of family and children Title IV-D of the federal Social Security Act are made pursuant to, and not in addition to, IC 12-17-2-31.
    STATE WELFARE
    FUND - COUNTY
    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    30,882,198
31,499,841

    Without the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the amount of federal administrative allowance transferred to the state welfare fund - county administration shall not exceed $70,172,041 in fiscal year 1997-98 and $71,921,019 in fiscal year 1998-99. The above appropriations for the state welfare fund are from revenue accruing to the fund authorized under IC 12-19-4. These sums may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, from revenues accruing to the fund.
    ADOPTION
    ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,642,358
4,093,526

TITLE IV-B CHILD

    WELFARE
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,441,327
2,537,101

    NON-RECURRING
    ADOPTION
    ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    175,000
175,000

    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.
    IMPACT (JOBS)
    PROGRAM (AFDC
    RECIPIENTS)
        Total Operating
        Expense    11,332,015
11,466,713

    IMPACT PROGRAM
    (FOOD STAMPS
    RECIPIENTS)
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,618,792
5,671,095

    BURIAL
    REIMBURSEMENT
    - AFDC
        Total Operating
        Expense    50,000
50,000

    TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE
    TO NEEDY FAMILIES
    (TANF)
        Total Operating
        Expense    35,057,943
35,057,943

    CHILD CARE
    DEVELOPMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    22,115,020
23,170,756

    The foregoing appropriations for temporary assistance to needy families (TANF), child care development, burials, the IMPACT (JOBS), and the IMPACT (food stamps recipients) programs are for the purpose of enabling the division of family and children to carry out all services as provided in IC 12-14. 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 division of family and children for the respective purposes for which such money was allocated and paid to this state.
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
    PREVENTION AND
    TREATMENT
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,121,098
1,121,098

    The above appropriations for the domestic violence prevention and treatment program shall be paid from receipts to the domestic violence prevention and treatment fund created by IC 12-18-4; provided that if revenues accruing to the 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 budget agency.
    PROJECT SAFE
    PLACE
        Total Operating
        Expense    125,000
125,000

    STEP AHEAD
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,687,076
3,699,479

    CHEESE
    COMMODITIES
        Total Operating
        Expense    146,000
146,000

    YOUTH SERVICE
    BUREAU FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,000,000
1,000,000

    The executive director of the division of family and children shall establish standards for youth service bureaus. Any youth service bureau that is not an agency of a unit of local government or is not registered with the Indiana secretary of state as a nonprofit corporation shall not be funded. The division of family and children shall fund all youth service bureaus that meet the standards as established June 30, 1983. However, a grant may not be made without approval by the budget agency after review by the budget committee.
    EARLY CHILDHOOD
    INTERVENTION
    SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    4,347,000
    SCHOOL AGE CHILD
    CARE PROJECT
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    550,000
550,000

    The above appropriations for the school age child care project fund include the appropriation made in IC 6-7-1-30.2.
    SOCIAL SERVICES
    BLOCK GRANT -
    PURCHASE OF
    SOCIAL SERVICES
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    34,690,608
    The above appropriated funds are allocated in the following manner during the biennium:
        Division of Disability,
        Aging, and
        Rehabilitative
        Services:    6,162,973
6,162,973

        Division of
        Family and
        Children,
        Child
        Welfare
        Services:    3,200,209
3,200,209

        Division of
        Family and
        Children, Child
        Development
        Services:    4,131,465
4,131,465

        Division of
        Family and
        Children,
        Family
        Protection
        Services:    1,314,774
1,314,774

        Division of
        Mental
        Health:    1,373,748
1,373,748

        State Department of
        Health:    166,515
166,515

        Department of
        Correction:    995,620
995,620

FOR THE STATE
BUDGET AGENCY
    MEDICAL SERVICE
    PAYMENTS
        Total Operating
        Expense    13,000,000
13,000,000

    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 department of health, or the division 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 12-16 unless these services have been approved under IC 12-16. These appropriations shall not be used for payment for medical services which are payable from an appropriation in this act for the state department of health, the division of mental health, or the department of correction, or that are reimbursable from funds for medical assistance under IC 12-15. If these appropriations to the budget agency are insufficient to make these medical service payments, there is hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-13.4.
FOR THE FAMILY
AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION
DIVISION
OF DISABILITY, AGING, AND
REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES
    AGING SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    355,412
355,412

    C.H.O.I.C.E. IN-HOME SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    37,482,063
37,482,455

    The foregoing appropriations for C.H.O.I.C.E./In-Home Services include intragovernmental transfers to provide the nonfederal share of the Medicaid aged and disabled waiver.
    If the above appropriations for C.H.O.I.C.E./In-Home Services are insufficient to provide services to all eligible persons, the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services may give priority for services to persons who are unable to perform three (3) or more activities of daily living (as defined in IC 12-10-10-1.5). The division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services may discontinue conducting assessments for individuals applying for services under the C.H.O.I.C.E./In-Home Services program if a waiting list for such services exists. It is the intent of the General Assembly to serve at least two thousand four hundred (2,400) additional individuals through the C.H.O.I.C.E./In-Home Services program above the level being served on January 1, 1997.
    The division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services shall conduct an annual evaluation of the cost effectiveness of providing home care. Before January of each year, the division shall submit a report to the budget committee, the budget agency, and the legislative council that covers all aspects of the division's evaluation and such other information pertaining thereto as may be requested by the budget committee, the 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 (including Medicaid) being diverted from long term care facilities. The division shall obtain from providers of services data on their costs and expenditures regarding implementation of the program and report the findings to the budget committee, the budget agency, and the legislative council.
    OLDER HOOSIERS
    ACT
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,914,963
1,915,071

    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 12-10-10. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, part of the foregoing appropriations for the older Hoosiers act may be transferred to offset shortfalls in the appropriations for adult protection services or adult guardianship services.
    ADULT PROTECTION
    SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    758,000
758,000

    With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, part of the foregoing appropriations for adult protection services may be transferred to offset shortfalls in the appropriations for the older Hoosiers act or for adult guardianship services.
    OBRA PREADMISSION
    SCREENING
        Total Operating
        Expense    37,538
37,538

    ADULT GUARDIANSHIP
    SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    35,929
36,007

        Other Operating
        Expense    362,338
362,338

    With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, part of the foregoing appropriations for adult guardianship services may be transferred to offset shortfalls in the appropriations for the older

Hoosiers act or for adult protection services.
    OFFICE OF DEAF
    AND HEARING
    IMPAIRED
        Personal
        Services    239,491

240,011

        Other Operating
        Expense    296,180
296,180

    COMMUNITY
    RESIDENTIAL
    FACILITIES
    COUNCIL
        Personal
        Services    7,800
7,800

        Other Operating
        Expense    16,982
16,982

    RESIDENTIAL
    SERVICES - CASE
    MANAGEMENT
        Personal
        Services    2,393,276
2,399,944

        Other Operating
        Expense    858,196
859,458

    VOCATIONAL
    REHABILITATION
    SERVICES
        Personal
        Services    2,555,780
2,561,313

        Other Operating
        Expense    8,380,347
8,381,222

    EMPLOYEE TRAINING
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,300
6,300

    AID TO INDEPENDENT
    LIVING
        Total Operating
        Expense    22,222
22,222

    OFFICE OF SERVICES
    FOR THE BLIND AND
    VISUALLY IMPAIRED
        Personal
        Services    194,097
194,521

        Other Operating
        Expense    139,502
139,502

    BLIND VENDING
    OPERATIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense    127,670
128,298

    EPILEPSY SERVICES
        Other Operating
        Expense    460,954
460,954

    COMMUNITY MENTAL
    RETARDATION AND
    DEVELOPMENTAL
    CENTERS DAY
    PROGRAMS
        Other Operating
        Expense    27,661,314
27,661,314

    With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the following amounts may be transferred from the foregoing appropriations for day programs: $1,250,000 for each year of the biennium to early childhood intervention services; and $400,000 for each year of the biennium to residential services-case management. All of the above appropriations to the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services community mental retardation and developmental centers for day programs, less the detailed transfers described in this paragraph, shall be authorized and made available for agencies for disbursement only on a units purchase of services basis. Rates for such services shall be determined in accordance with adopted rules based on wage and expense information from agencies providing these services. Agencies shall be paid for actual units provided to eligible recipients up to the limit of the above appropriations and inclusive of social services block grant appropriations. Before any contract is prepared obligating fiscal year 1997-98 appropriations, the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services must submit a listing of services to be purchased and the rates for such services for review and approval by the budget agency. After budget agency review and approval, the division 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.
    The above appropriation for community mental retardation and developmental centers day programs include the intragovernmental transfers necessary to provide the nonfederal share of reimbursement under the Medicaid program for day services provided to residents of group homes and nursing facilities.
    DIAGNOSIS AND
    EVALUATION
        Other Operating
        Expense    465,394
465,394

    The above appropriations to the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services 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.
    SUPPORTED
    EMPLOYMENT
        Other Operating
        Expense    3,117,498
3,117,498

    FAMILY SUBSIDY
    PROGRAM
        Other Operating
        Expense    502,350
502,350

    RESIDENTIAL
    SERVICES FOR
    DEVELOPMENTALLY
    DISABLED PERSONS
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    26,855,640
    In the development of new community residential settings for persons with developmental disabilities, the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services 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.
    BUREAU OF
    DEVELOPMENTAL
    DISABILITIES
    SERVICES
    TRANSITION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,211,000
6,211,000

    DIVISION OF DISABILITY,
    AGING, AND
    REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personnel
        Services    364,870     
365,690

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,022,190     
1,022,190

    The above appropriations for the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services administration is for administrative expenses. Any federal fund reimbursements received for such purposes are to be deposited in the state general fund.
    ASSISTANCE TO
    PERSONS IN
    COUNTY HOMES
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,482,393
5,482,393

    ROOM AND BOARD
    ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    5,983,404
5,983,404

    STATE DEVELOPMENTAL
    INSTITUTIONS
        Personal
        Services    97,846,686
101,203,114

        Other Operating
        Expense    10,440,249
10,440,249

    The foregoing appropriations for the state developmental institutions are for the operations of the Fort Wayne state developmental center; Muscatatuck state developmental center; the

New Castle state developmental center; and the northern Indiana state developmental center.
    The foregoing appropriations for the state developmental institutions are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in the following amounts: for fiscal year 1997-98, up to $38,609,826; for fiscal year 1998-99, up to $37,479,745; and the balance from revenues accruing to the mental health fund established by IC 12-24-14.
    Sixty-six percent (66%) of the revenues accruing to the above named state developmental centers pursuant to IC 12-15 shall be deposited in the mental health fund established under IC 12-24-14, and thirty-four percent (34%) of the revenues accruing to the above named institutions under IC 12-15 shall be deposited in the state general fund.
    In addition to the above appropriations each institution may qualify for an additional appropriation, or allotment, subject to approval of the governor and the budget agency, from the mental health fund of up to twenty percent (20%) but not to exceed $50,000, of the amount in which actual net collections exceed an amount specified in writing by the division of disability, aging, and rehabilitative services before July 1 of each year beginning July 1, 1997.
    B. PUBLIC HEALTH
FOR THE STATE
DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH
        Personal
        Services    17,699,092

17,734,825

        Other Operating
        Expense    7,451,594
6,842,019

    All receipts to the state department of health from licenses or permit fees shall be deposited into the state general fund.
    AID TO COUNTY
    TUBERCULOSIS
    HOSPITALS
        Other Operating
        Expense    115,481
115,481

    These funds shall be used for eligible expenses according to IC 16-21-7-3 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.
    PROJECT RESPECT
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,600,000
1,600,000

    HOOSIER STATE GAMES
        Total Operating
        Expense    225,000
225,000

    CANCER REGISTRY
        Personal
        Services    212,432
212,794

        Other Operating
        Expense    9,632
9,632

    MEDICARE-MEDICAID
    CERTIFICATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    4,186,236
4,198,647

    AIDS EDUCATION
        Personal
        Services    332,271
333,008

        Other Operating
        Expense    487,729
487,729

    HIV/AIDS SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,250,000
2,500,000

    TEST FOR DRUG
    AFFLICTED BABIES
        Total Operating
        Expense    67,200
67,200

    The above appropriation for drug afflicted babies shall be used for the following purposes:
        (1) An infant shall be tested for the presence of a controlled substance in the infant's meconium if at birth:
            (A) the infant's weight is less than two thousand five hundred (2,500) grams;
            (B) the infant's head is smaller than the third percentile for the infant's gestational age; and
            (C) there is no medical explanation for the conditions described in clauses (A) and (B).
        (2) If a meconium test determines the presence of a controlled substance in the infant's meconium, the infant may be declared a child in need of services as provided in IC 31-34-1-10 through IC 31-34-1-13. However, the child's mother may not be prosecuted in connection with the results of the test.
        (3) The state department of health shall provide forms on which the results of a meconium test performed on an infant under subdivision (1) must be reported to the state department of health by physicians and hospitals.
        (4) The state department of health shall, at least semi-annually:
            (A) ascertain the extent of testing under this chapter; and
            (B) report its findings under subdivision (1) to:
                (A) all hospitals;
                (B) physicians who specialize in obstetrics and gynecology or work with infants and young children; and
                (C) any other group interested in child welfare that requests a copy of the report from the state department of health.
        (5) The state department of health shall designate at least one (1) laboratory to perform the meconium test required under subdivisions (1) through (8). The designated laboratories shall perform a meconium test on each infant described in subdivision (1) to detect the presence of a controlled substance.
        (6) Subdivisions (1) through (8) do not prevent other facilities from conducting tests on infants to detect the presence of a controlled substance.
        (7) Each hospital and physician shall:
            (A) take or cause to be taken a meconium sample from every infant born under the hospital's and physician's care who meets the description under subdivision (1); and
            (B) transport or cause to be transported each meconium sample described in clause (A) to a laboratory designated under subdivision (5);
        to test for the presence of a controlled substance as required under subdivisions (1) through (8).
        (8) Not later than January 1, 1999, the state department of health shall begin to evaluate the program established under subdivisions (1) through (8). The state department of health shall report the results of the evaluation to the general assembly not later than June 30, 1999. The general assembly shall use the results of the evaluation to determine whether to continue the testing program established under subdivisions (1) through (8).
        (9) A medically appropriate discharge of an infant may not be delayed due to the results of the test described in subdivision (1) or due to the pendency of the results of the test described in subdivision (1).
    STATE CHRONIC
    DISEASES
        Personal
        Services    88,699
88,898

        Other Operating
        Expense    514,735
514,735

    At least $82,560 of the above appropriations shall be for grants to community groups and organizations as provided in IC 16-46-7-8.
    CANCER
    EDUCATION
    AND DIAGNOSIS
        BREAST CANCER
            Total Operating
            Expense    100,000
100,000

        PROSTATE CANCER
            Total Operating
            Expense    100,000
100,000

    WOMEN, INFANTS,
    AND CHILDREN
    SUPPLEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    150,000
150,000

    Notwithstanding IC 6-7-1-30.2 the above appropriations for women, infants, and children supplement are the total appropriations provided for this purpose.
    MATERNAL AND CHILD
    HEALTH SUPPLEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    150,000     150,000
    Notwithstanding IC 6-7-1-30.2, the above appropriations for maternal and child health are the total appropriations provided for this

purpose. In addition to the provisions under IC 6-7-1-30.2(b), the above appropriations may be used for other services provided under 42 U.S.C. 701 et seq. in underserved areas of Indiana.
    ADOPTION HISTORY
        Total Operating
        Expense    199,013

199,369

    The above appropriations for adoption history shall be paid from receipts to the adoption history fund created by IC 31-19-18. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    RADON GAS
    TRUST FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    15,000
15,000

    The above appropriations for the radon gas trust fund shall be paid from receipts to the radon gas trust fund created by IC 16-41-38-8. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from receipts accruing to the fund.
    COMMUNITY HEALTH
    CENTERS
        Total Operating
        Expense for the
        Biennium    10,000,000
    Subject to approval by the budget agency after review by the budget committee, $1,000,000 of the above appropriation for community health centers may be used for capital projects.
    LOCAL HEALTH
    MAINTENANCE
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,370,000
2,370,000

    The above appropriations for the local health maintenance fund include the appropriation provided for this purpose in IC 6-7-1-30.5.
    CHILDREN WITH
    SPECIAL HEALTH
    CARE NEEDS
        Total Operating
        Expense    7,471,003
7,471,096

    INDIANA MEDICAL
    AND NURSING
    GRANT FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    176,000
    The above appropriation for the Indiana medical and nursing grant fund is hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the Indiana medical and nursing grant fund as created by IC 16-46-5. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said funds may be augmented from revenue accruing to the fund.
    NEWBORN SCREENING
    PROGRAM
        Personal
        Services    258,598
259,166

        Other Operating
        Expense    510,650
510,650

    The above appropriations for the newborn screening program of the state department of health are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the newborn screening fund as created by IC 16-41-17. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to the fund.
    BIRTH PROBLEMS
    REGISTRY
        Personal
        Services    22,742
22,788

        Other Operating
        Expense    34,700
34,700

    The above appropriations for the birth problems registry shall be paid from receipts to the birth problems registry fund created by IC 16-38-4. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to the fund.
    MOTOR FUEL
    INSPECTION
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    86,500
86,552

    The above appropriations for the motor fuel inspection program shall be paid from receipts accruing to the motor fuel inspection fund created by IC 16-44-3-10. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from receipts accruing to the fund.
    MINORITY HEALTH
    INITIATIVE
        Total Operating
        Expense    750,000
1,000,000

FOR THE
SILVERCREST
CHILDREN'S
DEVELOPMENT
CENTER
        Personal
        Services    5,465,194
5,476,748

        Other Operating
        Expense    592,250
592,250

FOR THE INDIANA
SCHOOL FOR THE
BLIND
        Personal
        Services    9,246,727
9,339,905

        Other Operating
        Expense    854,621
835,986

FOR THE INDIANA
SCHOOL FOR THE
DEAF
        Personal
        Services    12,000,425
12,149,563

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,880,863
1,854,547

FOR THE INDIANA
VETERANS' HOME
        Personal
        Services    15,073,402
15,101,750

        Other Operating
        Expense    3,182,388
3,182,388

    The state department of health shall reimburse the state general fund at least $8,471,906 for fiscal year 1997-98; and $8,471,906 for fiscal year 1998-99 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    7,321,791
7,336,896

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,520,703
1,520,703

C. VETERANS' AFFAIRS
FOR THE
DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS'
AFFAIRS
        Personal
        Services    360,218
384,096

        Other Operating
        Expense    112,575
189,328

    The foregoing appropriations for the department of veteran's affairs include operating funds for the veterans' cemetery. Notwithstanding IC 10-5-1-8 staff employed for the operation and maintenance of the veterans' cemetery shall be selected as are all other state employees.
    DISABLED
    AMERICAN
    VETERANS OF
    WORLD WARS
        Total Operating
        Expense    40,000
40,000

    AMERICAN
    VETERANS OF
    WORLD WAR II,
    KOREA, AND
    VIETNAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    30,000
30,000

    VETERANS
    OF FOREIGN WARS
        Total Operating
        Expense    30,000
30,000

    COMBAT VETERANS
    CONSORTIUM
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    20,000

1997-260-9
    SEC. 9. EDUCATION
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

EDUCATION

A. HIGHER EDUCATION
FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY -
    INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
    LIAISON PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    243,715
253,464

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    ADVISORY
    COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    52,000
54,080

    BLOOMINGTON
    CAMPUS
        Total Operating
        Expense    165,496,107
170,812,639

        Fee Replacement    13,081,564
13,083,406

FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY -
REGIONAL
CAMPUSES
    EAST
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    6,301,354
6,514,888

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,318,473
1,319,363

    KOKOMO
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    9,087,508
9,214,193

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,465,390
1,466,379

    NORTHWEST
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    16,202,453
16,731,674

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    3,132,912
3,135,027

    SOUTH BEND
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    18,103,506
18,743,457

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    3,884,265
3,886,887

    SOUTHEAST
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    12,995,614
13,836,275

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    3,025,215
3,027,257

    TOTAL
    APPROPRIATION -
        Regional
        Campuses    75,516,690
77,875,400

FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY-PURDUE
UNIVERSITY AT
INDIANAPOLIS
(IUPUI)
    HEALTH DIVISIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    77,700,329
    80,253,013

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    3,020,525
3,020,984

FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY - REGIONAL
MEDICAL CENTERS
    EVANSVILLE
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,312,064
1,355,099

    FORT WAYNE
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,207,015     
1,246,605

    NORTHWEST
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,714,730     
1,770,973

    LAFAYETTE
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,530,638
1,580,843

    MUNCIE
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,376,292
1,421,434

    SOUTH BEND
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,276,347
1,318,211

    TERRE HAUTE
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,521,682
1,571,593

    The Indiana University school of medicine shall submit to the Indiana commission for higher education before May 15 of each year an accountability report containing data on the number of medical school graduates who entered primary care physician residencies in Indiana from the school's most recent graduating class.
    GENERAL ACADEMIC
    DIVISIONS
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    67,338,856
71,144,782

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    12,067,516
12,069,353

    TOTAL
    APPROPRIATION -
        IUPUI    170,065,994
176,752,890

    Transfers of allocations between campuses to correct for errors in allocation among the campuses of Indiana University can be made by the institution with the approval of the commission for higher education and the budget agency. Indiana University shall maintain current operations at all statewide medical education sites.
FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY -
    OPTOMETRY BOARD
    EDUCATION FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    29,000
1,500

    CHEMICAL TEST
    TRAINING
        Total Operating
        Expense    609,001
633,361

    INSTITUTE FOR THE
    STUDY OF
    DEVELOPMENTAL
    DISABILITIES
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,353,814
2,447,967

    GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,873,260
2,988,190

FOR PURDUE
UNIVERSITY - WEST
LAFAYETTE CAMPUS
        Total Operating
        Expense    198,005,111
205,707,921

        Fee Replacement    21,052,590
18,441,700

FOR PURDUE
UNIVERSITY -
REGIONAL
CAMPUSES
    CALUMET
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    21,983,856
23,244,564

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,778,298
1,792,299

    NORTH CENTRAL
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    7,622,361
7,818,803

        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    2,128,998
2,808,280

    TOTAL
    APPROPRIATION -
        Regional
        Campuses    33,513,513
35,663,946

FOR INDIANA
UNIVERSITY -
PURDUE
UNIVERSITY AT
FORT WAYNE
(IUPUFW)
        Total Operating
        Expense    25,759,718
26,752,797

        Fee Replacement    4,445,761
4,007,378

    Transfers of allocations between campuses to correct for errors in allocation among the campuses of Purdue University can be made by the institution with the approval of the commission for higher education and the budget agency.
FOR PURDUE
UNIVERSITY -
    COUNTY
    AGRICULTURAL
    EXTENSION
    EDUCATORS
        Total Operating
        Expense    4,167,272
4,333,963

    ANIMAL DISEASE
    DIAGNOSTIC
    LABORATORY
    SYSTEM
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,849,627
2,963,612

    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 that may be established and collected pursuant to IC 15-2.1-5-6. Notwithstanding IC 15-2.1-5-5, the trustees of Purdue University may approve reasonable charges for testing for pseudorabies.
    AGRICULTURAL
    RESEARCH AND
    EXTENSION -
    CROSSROADS
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,781,880

7,053,155

    STATEWIDE
    TECHNOLOGY
        Total Operating
        Expense    4,807,845
5,466,579

    NORTH CENTRAL -
    VALPO NURSING
    PARTNERSHIP
        Total Operating
        Expense    96,790
100,661

    UNIVERSITY-BASED
    BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,040,000
1,081,600

FOR INDIANA STATE
UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating
        Expense    69,961,518
72,114,201

        Fee Replacement    5,143,707
5,152,675

    INSTITUTE ON
    RECYCLING
        Total Operating
        Expense    75,169
78,176

FOR UNIVERSITY OF
SOUTHERN INDIANA
        Total Operating
        Expense    21,371,598
22,975,860

        Fee Replacement    3,635,256
3,634,342

FOR BALL STATE
UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating
        Expense    107,879,659
110,834,725

        Fee Replacement    8,651,375
6,936,289

    ACADEMY FOR
    SCIENCE,
    MATHEMATICS,
    AND HUMANITIES
        Total Operating
        Expense    3,952,111
4,197,119

FOR VINCENNES
UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating
        Expense    27,628,088
27,825,636

        Fee Replacement    2,985,820
2,992,953

FOR IVY
TECH
STATE
COLLEGE
        Total Operating
        Expense    71,909,093
74,698,964

        Fee Replacement    7,103,247
7,105,202

FOR THE INDIANA
HIGHER EDUCATION
TELECOMMUNICATION
SYSTEM (IHETS)
        Total Operating
        Expense    6,343,969
6,707,728

    The sums herein appropriated to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University, Ivy Tech State College, and the Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS) are in addition to all income of said institutions and IHETS 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, 1997, and all such income and fees, earnings, and receipts accruing thereafter are hereby appropriated to the boards of trustees or directors of the aforementioned institutions and IHETS and may be expended for any necessary expenses of the respective institutions and IHETS, including university hospitals, schools of medicine, nurses' training school, school of dentistry, agricultural extension and experimental station. Provided, however, that such income, fees, earnings, and receipts may be used for land and structures only if approved by the governor and the budget agency.
    The foregoing appropriations and allocations for fee replacement are for replacement of student fees deducted during the 1997-99 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 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, Ivy Tech State College, and IHETS include the employers' share of Social Security payments for university and IHETS employees under the public employees' retirement fund, or institutions covered by the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund. The funds appropriated also include funding for the employers' share of payments to the public employees' retirement fund

and to the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund at a rate to be established by the retirement funds for both fiscal years, for each institution and IHETS 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 Ivy Tech State College shall, at the end of each three (3) month period, prepare and file with the auditor of state, a financial statement that 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 budget director.
    Said reports of the treasurer also shall contain in such form and in such detail as the governor and the 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 Ivy Tech State 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 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 budget agency for review and approval or disapproval and, unless disapproved by the budget agency, federal grant funds may be requested and spent without approval by the 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 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 Ivy Tech State College, and the directors of IHETS 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.
FOR THE MEDICAL
EDUCATION BOARD -
    FAMILY PRACTICE
    RESIDENCY FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,414,418
2,416,734

    Of the foregoing appropriations for the medical education board-family practice residency fund, $1,000,000 each year shall be used for grants for the purpose of improving family practice residency programs serving medically underserved areas.
    MEDICAL
    EDUCATION -
    INTERN
    RESIDENCY
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    1
1

FOR THE COMMISSION
FOR HIGHER
EDUCATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,405,487
1,461,706

    MIDWEST HIGHER
    EDUCATION
    COMMISSION
    (MHEC)
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    120,386
    INDIANA CAREER AND
    POSTSECONDARY
    ADVANCEMENT CENTER    
        Total Operating
        Expense    895,465
931,284

FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATION
    ANIMAL DISEASE
    AND DIAGNOSTIC
    LABORATORY
    LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,078,770
1,078,770

FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF COMMERCE
    AVIATION
    TECHNOLOGY
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,086,440
1,085,485

FOR THE BUDGET AGENCY
    CORE 40 PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    824,250
824,250

    All or part of this appropriation shall be allocated or transferred for core 40 initiatives to the department of education and the commission for higher education by the auditor of state, with the approval of the budget agency, after review by the budget committee of joint program recommendations made by the commission for higher education and the superintendent of public instruction.
    PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE
    ENHANCEMENT OF
    POSTSECONDARY
    PARTICIPATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,400,000
500,000

    The above appropriation shall be used for the delivery of Indiana State University baccalaureate degree programs at Ivy Tech State College and Vincennes University locations through the Partnerships for the Enhancement of Postsecondary Participation (PEPP). Distributions shall be made upon the recommendation of the Indiana commission for higher education and with approval by the budget agency after review by the budget committee.
    QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
        Total Operating
        Expense    15,786,692
32,268,805

    Allocations and transfers of the preceding appropriations for quality improvement shall be made to the respective institutions' operating accounts for one (1) time technology investments and other one (1) time improvements by the auditor of state with the approval of the budget agency, based on recommendations made by the commission for higher education.
    SOUTHEAST
    INDIANA
    EDUCATION
    SERVICES
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,330,249
1,345,715

    The above appropriation for southeast Indiana education services may be expended with the approval of the budget agency after review by the commission for higher education and the budget committee.
    SOUTH CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL
    ALLIANCE BEDFORD
    SERVICE AREA
    EXPANSION PROJECT
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    487,050
FOR THE STATE
STUDENT
ASSISTANCE
COMMISSION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,262,366
1,312,860

    DISTRIBUTION -
        Freedom of
        Choice Grants    19,020,725
19,591,347

        Higher Education
        Award
        Program    59,159,980
60,934,779

        21st Century
        Scholar Awards    5,689,656
6,989,656

    The above appropriation for 21st century scholar awards may be augmented from the state general fund by the budget director with the approval of the governor, after review by the budget committee.
        Hoosier Scholar
        Program    420,000
420,000

    For the higher education awards and freedom of choice grants made for the 1997-99 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 Base Award: The maximum award shall not exceed the lesser of:
            (A) eighty percent (80%) of actual prior academic year undergraduate tuition and fees; or
            (B) eighty percent (80%) of 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 $20.
        (4) Award Size: A student's maximum award shall be reduced one (1) time:
            (A) for dependent students, by the expected contribution from parents based upon information submitted on the financial aid application form; and
            (B) for independent students, by the expected contribution derived from information submitted on the financial aid application form.
        (5) Award Adjustments: The maximum base award, may be adjusted by the commission, for any eligible recipient who fulfills college preparation requirements defined by the commission.
        (6) Pro Rata Adjustment: If the dollar amounts of eligible awards exceed appropriations and program reserves, all awards will be adjusted on a pro rata basis by reducing the percentage of a maximum award under (2)(A) or (2)(B) in this section.
    For the Hoosier scholar program for the 1997-99 biennium, each award shall not exceed five hundred dollars ($500) and shall be made available for one (1) year only. Receipt of this award shall not reduce any other award received under any state funded student assistance

program.
    PART-TIME GRANT
    PROGRAM    5,000,000

5,000,000

    The maximum grant that an applicant may receive for a particular academic term shall be established by the commission but shall in no case be greater than a grant for which an applicant would be eligible under IC 20-12-21 if the applicant were a full-time student.
    NURSING
    SCHOLARSHIP
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    404,786
405,851

    MINORITY TEACHER
    SCHOLARSHIP
    FUND
        Total Operating
        Expense    382,073
382,177

    COLLEGE WORK
    STUDY PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense    789,667
794,569

    21ST CENTURY
    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating
        Expense    1,551,163
1,883,374

B. ELEMENTARY AND
SECONDARY
EDUCATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION -
    ADMINISTRATION/
    SERVICES
    SUPERINTENDENT'S
    OFFICE
        Personal
        Services    543,441
544,630

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,131,115
1,162,670

    RESEARCH AND
    DEVELOPMENT
    PROGRAMS
        Personal
        Services    71,516
71,636

        Other Operating
        Expense    308,715
308,715

    PUBLIC TELEVISION
    DISTRIBUTION
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,215,000
2,215,000

    These appropriations are for grants for public television. The Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations, Inc. shall submit a distribution

plan for the eight (8) Indiana public education television stations that shall be approved by the budget agency and reviewed by the budget committee. The above appropriation includes the costs of transmission for the "GED-on-TV" program.
    DEPUTY
    SUPERINTENDENT'S
    OFFICE
        Personal
        Services    378,128

378,973

        Other Operating
        Expense    272,060
272,060

    RILEY HOSPITAL
        Total Operating
        Expense    30,000
30,000

    ADMINISTRATION/
    FINANCIAL
    MANAGEMENT
        CENTER FOR
        ADMINISTRATION
        AND FINANCIAL
        MANAGEMENT
            Personal
            Services    1,701,325
1,705,089

            Other Operating
            Expense    602,919
602,919

        SCHOOL TRAFFIC
        SAFETY
            Personal
            Services    196,935
197,383

            Other Operating
            Expense    40,742
40,742

    The foregoing appropriations for school traffic safety are from the motor vehicle highway fund. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
        MOTORCYCLE
        OPERATOR SAFETY
        EDUCATION FUND
            Personal
            Services    102,765
102,999

            Other Operating
            Expense    443,200
443,200

    The foregoing appropriations for the motorcycle operator safety education fund are from the safety education fund created by IC 20-10.1-7-14.
    SCHOOL
    ASSESSMENT
        CENTER FOR
        SCHOOL
        ASSESSMENT
            Personal
            Services    242,669
243,209

            Other Operating
            Expense    73,611
73,611

        ACCREDITATION
        SYSTEM
            Personal
            Services    386,638
387,427

            Other Operating
            Expense    588,433
588,433

    COMMUNITY
    RELATIONS AND
    SPECIAL
    POPULATIONS
        CENTER FOR
        COMMUNITY
        RELATIONS
        AND SPECIAL
        POPULATIONS
            Personal
            Services    228,171
228,686

            Other Operating
            Expense    64,312
64,312

        SPECIAL
        EDUCATION (S-5)
            Other Operating
            Expense    26,500,000
30,500,000

    The foregoing appropriations for 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

    The foregoing appropriation is for grants to provide GED-ON-TV programming. The GED-ON-TV Program shall submit for review by the budget committee an annual report on utilization of this appropriation.
        SPECIAL EDUCATION
        EXCISE
            Personal
            Services    309,807
310,493

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    SCHOOL
    IMPROVEMENT AND
    PERFORMANCE
        CENTER FOR
        SCHOOL
        IMPROVEMENT AND
        PERFORMANCE
            Personal
            Services     1,335,910
1,338,735

            Other Operating
            Expense    1,386,820
1,386,820

        VOCATIONAL
        EDUCATION
            Personal
            Services    1,080,289
1,082,686

            Other Operating
            Expense    230,630
230,630

        ADVANCED
        PLACEMENT
        PROGRAM
            Other Operating
            Expense    598,050
598,050

    The above appropriation for the advanced placement program is to provide funding for students of accredited public and nonpublic schools.
        GEOGRAPHY
        EDUCATION
        TRAINING
            Total Operating
            Expense    49,990
49,990

        ACADEMIC
        COMPETITION
            Total Operating
            Expense    56,090
56,090

    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPMENT
        PRINCIPAL
        LEADERSHIP
        ACADEMY
            Personal
            Services    240,116
240,448

            Other Operating
            Expense    262,157
262,157

        JAPANESE/
        CHINESE
        INITIATIVES
            Total Operating
            Expense    236,500
236,500

FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION -
    LOCAL SCHOOL
    FUNDING
        SUPERINTENDENT'S
        OFFICE
            EDUCATIONAL
            SERVICE
            CENTERS
                Total Operating
                Expense    2,025,664
2,025,664

    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 $2.50 per student for fiscal year 1997-98 based on the school corporation's ADM count as reported for school aid distribution in the fall of 1996, and at least $2.50 per student for fiscal year 1998-99, based on the school corporation's ADM count as reported for school aid distribution beginning in the fall of 1997. 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 budget agency.
    ADMINISTRATION/
    FINANCIAL
    MANAGEMENT
        TRANSFER
        TUITION I
        (STATE
        EMPLOYEES'
        CHILDREN)
            Total Operating
            Expense    230,000
230,000

    The foregoing appropriations for transfer tuition (state employees' children) are made pursuant to IC 20-8.1-6.1-6.
        TRANSFER
        TUITION II
        (MENTAL HEALTH)
            Total Operating
            Expense    1,200,000
1,200,000

    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
        AND RETIREMENT
        DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating
            Expense    2,426,292
2,426,292

    The foregoing appropriations shall be distributed by the department of education on a monthly basis and in approximately equal payments to special education cooperatives, area vocational schools, and other governmental entities that received state teachers' Social Security

distributions for certified education personnel (excluding the certified education personnel funded through federal grants) during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992, and ending June 30, 1993. And for these units under the Indiana state teacher's retirement fund, the amount they received during the 1996-97 state fiscal year for teachers' retirement. If the total amount to be distributed is greater than the total appropriation, the department of education shall reduce each entity's distribution proportionately.
        DISTRIBUTION
        FOR TUITION
        SUPPORT
            Other Operating
            Expense    2,693,200,000

2,855,400,000

    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 1997 session of the general assembly.
    The appropriation for each state fiscal year includes the appropriation of $10,000,000 provided by IC 6-3-7-3. Of the appropriation, the following amounts are appropriated from the state general fund: $1,539,862,850 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $1,620,962,850 for fiscal year 1998-99. The following amounts are appropriated from the property tax replacement fund created by IC 6-1.1-21: $1,153,337,150 for fiscal year 1997-98 and $1,234,437,150 for fiscal year 1998-99. 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 state general fund, and one-half (1/2) of any excess shall revert to the property tax replacement fund.
    The above appropriations for tuition support shall be made each calendar year under a schedule set by the budget agency and approved by the governor, provided that the schedule shall provide for at least twelve (12) payments, that one (1) 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.
        DISTRIBUTION
        FOR
        TRANSPORTATION
            Total Operating
            Expense    30,525,000
30,525,000

    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    35,500,000
35,725,000

    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    15,360,000     15,860,000
    It is the intent of the 1997 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.
    EARLY INTERVENTION
    PROGRAM
            Other Operating
            Expense    4,000,000     4,000,000
    The above appropriations for early intervention program are for grants to local school corporations for grant proposals for early intervention programs, including reading recovery.
    SCHOOL LIBRARY
    PRINTED MATERIALS
    GRANTS
        Other Operating
        Expense for the
        Biennium    4,000,000
    The above appropriation for school library printed materials grants shall be used for the state match for grants to school corporations for the purpose of purchasing library printed materials. A school corporation that receives a grant must provide money in an amount equal to the amount provided in the grant.
        ADULT EDUCATION
        DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating
            Expense    13,500,000

13,500,000

    It is the intent of the 1997 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    5,400,000
5,400,000

        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.
        FORT WAYNE
        DESEGREGATION
        COURT ORDER
            Total Operating
            Expense    2,400,000
2,400,000

    The foregoing appropriations for court ordered desegregation costs are made pursuant to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, Civil No. 86CVO325AS.
        TEXTBOOK
        REIMBURSEMENT
            Personal
            Services    29,836
29,899

            Other Operating
            Expense    12,538,142
12,538,142

        TRANSPORTATION
        FOR SPECIAL AND
        VOCATIONAL
        EDUCATION
            Total Operating
            Expense    8,570,000
8,570,000

    The distribution of these appropriations shall be made in accordance with IC 21-3-3.1.
    SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
        TESTING/
        REMEDIATION
            Other Operating
            Expense    26,842,992
26,842,992

    Prior to notification of local school corporations of the formula and components of the formula for distributing funds for remediation, review and approval of the formula and components shall be made by the budget agency. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the above appropriations for school assessment testing/remediation may be augmented from revenues accruing to the secondary market sale fund established by IC 20-12-21.2-10.
    PERFORMANCE BASED
    AWARDS
        Personal Service    47,352
47,459

        Other Operating
        Expense    3,202,648
3,202,541

    The foregoing appropriation shall be distributed after review by the budget committee and approval by the budget agency.
    COMMUNITY
    RELATIONS AND
    SPECIAL
    POPULATIONS
        SPECIAL EDUCATION
        PRESCHOOL
            Total Operating
            Expense    21,660,819
23,990,050

    The above appropriations shall be distributed to guarantee a minimum of $2,750 per child enrolled in special education preschool programs from state and local sources in school corporations that levy a $0.01 per $100 assessed valuation tax rate for this purpose. It is the intent of the 1997 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    187,407
187,792

            Other Operating
            Expense    6,656,178
6,656,178

        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    181,932
183,303

            Other Operating
            Expense    95,578,841
95,578,841

        COMPUTER
        LEARNING AND
        TRAINING
            Personal
            Services    303,918
304,429

            Other Operating
            Expense    1,382,410
1,382,410

        INNOVATIVE SCHOOL
        IMPROVEMENTS
            Personal
            Services    98,503
98,663

            Other Operating
            Expense    754,805
754,805

    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 improvements do revert at the end of the fiscal year.
        DRUG FREE
        SCHOOLS
            Personal
            Services    50,318

50,384

            Other Operating
            Expense    20,049
20,049

        EDUCATIONAL
        TECHNOLOGY
        PROGRAM AND
        FUND (INCLUDING
        4R'S TECHNOLOGY
        GRANT PROGRAM)
            Total Operating
            Expense    4,000,000
4,000,000

    Of the foregoing appropriation $3,000,000 shall be allocated to the buddy system during the biennium. In making grants under the educational technology program, the department shall give consideration to a variety of educational technologies and to enhancing educational productivity. Of the foregoing appropriation an amount shall be allocated for the development of community networks and information networks and the operation of the office of the special assistant to the superintendent of public instruction for technology. Expenditures from this fund shall be made only with the approval of the governor and superintendent of public instruction.
        TECH PREP
        DISTRIBUTION
            Other Operating
            Expense    1,000,000
1,000,000

    The above appropriations for tech prep distribution are to be used for grants to school corporations to assist with implementation of tech prep programs.
        PROFESSIONAL
        DEVELOPMENT
        DISTRIBUTION
            Other Operating
            Expense     500,000
500,000

    The above appropriations for professional development are to be used for professional development grants to assist local school corporations.
        ALTERNATIVE
        SCHOOLS
            Total Operating
            Expense for
            the Biennium    15,000,000
C. OTHER LOCAL SCHOOL FUNDING
FOR THE INDIANA STATE
TEACHERS'
RETIREMENT FUND
    PENSION FUND
    CONTRIBUTIONS    277,000,000
296,000,000

    POSTRETIREMENT
    PENSION
    INCREASES    41,200,000
40,700,000

    The appropriations for postretirement pension increases are made for those benefits and adjustments provided in IC 21-6.1-6.
    PENSION
    STABILIZATION
    FUND
        Other Operating
        Expense    75,000,000
75,000,000

D. OTHER EDUCATION
FOR THE
PROFESSIONAL
STANDARDS BOARD
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    1,273,786
1,309,379

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,765,312
2,936,358

    Each mentor teacher is entitled to a maximum annual stipend of $600 to be paid from the foregoing appropriations.
    There is created the professional standards board licensing fund to be administered by the professional standards board. The fund shall consist of fee revenues collected under the provisions of IC 20-1-1.4-7. Money in the fund does not revert at the end of the state fiscal year. Money in the fund is continuously appropriated for use by the board for administrative expenses in relation to carrying out its duties under the provisions of IC 20-1-1.4-7.
    The above appropriations for professional standards board administration are in addition to the appropriation made to the professional standards licensing fund established in this SECTION.
FOR THE EDUCATION
EMPLOYMENT
RELATIONS
BOARD
        Personal
        Services    686,361
687,699

        Other Operating
        Expense    68,054
68,054

    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE
    RELATIONS BOARD
        Personal
        Services    35,000
35,000

FOR THE INDIANA STATE
TEACHERS'
RETIREMENT FUND -
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    4,184,538
1,246,979

        Other Operating
        Expense    1,351,207
851,207

    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 budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the investment earnings.
FOR THE STATE
LIBRARY
        Personal
        Services    2,293,428
2,298,082

        Other Operating
        Expense    880,348
880,348

    COOPERATIVE
    LIBRARY SERVICES
    AUTHORITY
        Total Operating
        Expense    2,408,848
2,408,848

    ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
        Total Operating
        Expense    8,811
8,811

    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 4-23-7.1. 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 4-23-7.1 and is not entitled to a distribution under IC 4-23-7.1.
FOR THE ARTS
COMMISSION
        Personal
        Services    335,524
336,275

        Other Operating
        Expense    2,753,905
2,753,905

FOR THE HISTORICAL
BUREAU
        Personal
        Services    337,895
338,629

        Other Operating
        Expense    57,405
57,405

    HISTORICAL MARKER
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium    25,000
FOR THE COMMISSION
ON PROPRIETARY
EDUCATION
        Personal
        Services    391,410
392,264

        Other Operating
        Expense    70,767
70,767

1997-260-10
    SEC. 10. The following allocations of federal funds available for vocational and technical education under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act of 1990 (20 U.S.C. 2301, et seq. for the State Vocational and Applied Technology Education Program) (20 U.S.C. 2394(b) for the Technology Preparation Education Program). These funds shall be received by the department of workforce development, commission on vocational and technical education, and shall be allocated by the budget agency after consultation with the commission on vocational and technical education, the department of education, the commission for higher education, and the department of correction. Funds shall be allocated to these agencies in accordance with the allocations specified below:
                    Year

Year

                    1997-98
1998-99

    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal
        Services    448,227
448,227

        Other Operating
        Expense    128,076
128,076

    STATE PROGRAMS
    AND LEADERSHIP
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    2,020,640
2,020,640

    SINGLE PARENT,
    DISPLACED
    HOMEMAKERS,
    AND SINGLE
    PREGNANT WOMEN
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    1,782,918
1,782,918

    SEX EQUITY
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    713,168
713,168

    CRIMINAL
    OFFENDERS
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    251,202
251,202

    SECONDARY
    VOCATIONAL
    PROGRAMS
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    11,725,097
11,725,097

    POSTSECONDARY
    VOCATIONAL
    PROGRAMS
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    6,716,389
6,716,389

    TECHNOLOGY -
    PREPARATION
    EDUCATION
        Total Operating
        Expense
            Allocation    2,415,121
2,415,121

    The allocation to the department of correction for criminal offenders shall be distributed for program services for criminal offenders.
    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. Notwithstanding IC 20-1-18.3-14, these federal funds shall be received by the department of workforce development, division of employment and training services, and distributed in accordance with the allocation specified below:
FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF WORKFORCE
DEVELOPMENT,
    DIVISION OF
    EMPLOYMENT AND
    TRAINING SERVICES:
        EDUCATION
        COORDINATION
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    265,544
265,544

        ADMINISTRATION
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    180,000
180,000

        EDUCATION
        SERVICES
            Total Operating
            Expense
                Allocation    1,274,615
1,274,615

1997-260-11
    SEC. 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.


1997-260-12
    SEC. 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.

1997-260-13
    SEC. 13. The budget agency, pursuant to IC 4-10-11, IC 4-12-1-13, and IC 4-13-1, in cooperation with the Indiana 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 state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the budget agency, is entitled to a meal allowance not to exceed during any twenty-four (24) hour period the standard meal allowances established by the federal Internal Revenue Service.
    All appropriations provided by this act or any other 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 that previously have received approval as required by the state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the 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 during any twenty-four (24) hour period the standard meal allowances established by the federal Internal Revenue Service for properly approved travel within the continental United States and a minimum of $50 during any twenty-four (24) hour period for properly approved travel outside the continental United States. However, while traveling in Japan the minimum meal allowance shall not be less than $90 for any twenty-four (24) hour period. While traveling in Korea and Taiwan, the minimum meal allowance shall not be less than $85 for any twenty-four (24) hour period; while traveling in Singapore, China, Great Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, and France, the minimum meal allowance shall not be less than $65 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 the chief executive officer's authorized designee, for the chief executive officer's respective personnel.


    Before reimbursing overnight travel expenses, the auditor of state shall require documentation as prescribed in the state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the budget agency. No appropriation from any fund may be construed as authorizing the payment of any sum in excess of the standard mileage rates for personally owned transportation equipment established by the federal Internal Revenue Service when used in the discharge of state business. The state agency may adopt policies and procedures relative to the reimbursement of travel and moving expenses of new state employees and the reimbursement of travel expenses of prospective employees who are invited to interview with the state.

1997-260-14
    SEC. 14. The salary per diem of members of boards, commissions, and councils who are entitled to a salary per diem is $50 per day. However, members of boards, commissions, or councils who receive an annual or a monthly salary paid by the state are not entitled to the salary per diem provided in IC 4-10-11-2.1.

1997-260-15
    SEC. 15. No payment for personal services shall be made by the auditor of state unless the payment has been approved by the budget agency.

1997-260-16
    SEC. 16. No warrant for operating expenses, capital outlay, or fixed charges shall be issued to any department or an institution unless the receipts of the department or institution have been deposited into the state treasury for the month. However, if a department or an institution has more than $10,000 in daily receipts, the receipts shall be deposited into the state treasury daily.

1997-260-17
    SEC. 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 deposited into the state general fund.

1997-260-18
    SEC. 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 budget agency.


1997-260-19
    SEC. 19. If any state penal or benevolent institution other than the Indiana state prison, Pendleton correctional facility, and Putnamville correctional facility, 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 Indiana 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 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 budget agency and the governor.

1997-260-20
    SEC. 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 budget agency. This SECTION does not apply to contracts for the construction or maintenance of roads and bridges, 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.

1997-260-21
    SEC. 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 110th 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.

1997-260-22
    SEC. 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.

1997-260-23


    SEC. 23. The director of the division of procurement of the Indiana 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 that 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 budget agency and the director of the division of procurement of the Indiana 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 each 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 each 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 an 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 annually submit justification for the continued assignment of each vehicle in their department, which shall be reviewed by the director of the budget agency and the commissioner of the Indiana 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 requirement does not apply to state owned cars driven by elected state officials or in cases where the 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.

1997-260-24
    SEC. 24. When budget agency approval or review is required under this act, the budget agency may refer to the budget committee any budgetary or fiscal matter related to that approval or review, for which it would like an advisory recommendation. If a matter is referred to the 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 budget agency.

1997-260-25
    SEC. 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 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 political subdivisions shall apply, notwithstanding any other law.

1997-260-26
    SEC. 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 budget agency under IC 4-12-1-12.

1997-260-27
    SEC. 27. A contract or an 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 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 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 that 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.

1997-260-28
    SEC. 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 budget agency.

1997-260-29
    SEC. 29. Subject to SECTION 24 of this act as it relates to the budget committee, the budget agency with the approval of the governor may withhold allotments of any or all appropriations contained in this act for the 1997-99 biennium, if it is considered necessary to do so in order to prevent a deficit financial situation.

1997-260-30
    SEC. 30. (a) The following appropriation is made in addition to those found in P.L.340-1995, SECTION 3, part D.
                            YEAR
                            1996-97
    YEAR 2000 COMPUTER    
    CONTINGENCY FUND    
        Total Operating
        Expense for
        the Biennium         57,957,354


    Of the foregoing year 2000 computer contingency fund appropriation, $37,705,804 is appropriated from the state general fund and the remaining is appropriated as follows: (1) $11,349,014 from the motor vehicle highway fund; (2) $40,793 from the law enforcement training fund; (3) $1,658,703 from the public employees' retirement fund; (4) $20,735 from the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund; (5) $274,996 from the public utility fund; (6) $725,187 from the fire and building fund; and (7) $1,209,600 from the pay phone fund. Included in the above appropriation, $4,972,522 will be allocated from federal funds. With the approval of the governor, the budget agency may augment any of the appropriations from any of the dedicated funds; and, with the approval of the governor, the budget agency may augment the state general fund portion from unappropriated surplus. The foregoing year 2000 computer contingency fund appropriation is subject to allotment to departments, institutions, and state agencies by the budget agency with the approval of the governor. In determining how money from the year 2000 computer contingency fund is to be distributed, the state budget director, after consultation with the data processing oversight commission and the information services division of the department of administration, shall consider the needs of various state agencies to meet their computer needs to accurately reflect changes required by entering the year 2000.
    Money in the account does not revert on June 30, 1999; however, it does revert at the end of the 1999-2001 biennium.
    (b) The following appropriation is made in addition to those found in P.L.340-1995, SECTION 9, part A.
FOR THE UNIVERSITY
OF SOUTHERN
INDIANA
        Fee Replacement    89,754
    (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of P.L.340-1995, SECTION 9, Part A, $1,810,000 of the appropriation made to the budget agency for the new program start up fund does not revert on June 30, 1997. The money is available for equipment purchases and new programs for Vincennes University, including the Elkhart campus.
    (d) The following appropriations are made in addition to those found in P.L.340-1995, Part B.
    FOR THE DEPARTMENT
    OF EDUCATION-
    LOCAL SCHOOL FUNDING
    Distribution for
        Tuition Support    27,300,000
        Special Education
        Preschool    2,860,481
        Primetime    16,051,980
        Teachers'
        Social Security
        And Retirement
        Distribution    207,785
        Special
        Education (S-5)    7,799,458

1997-260-31
    SEC. 31. CONSTRUCTION. For the 1997-99 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
351,983,552

    STATE POLICE
    BUILDING
    FUND
    (IC 9-29-1-4)
3,000,000

    LAW ENFORCEMENT
    ACADEMY BUILDING
    FUND
    (IC 5-2-1-13)
3,039,700

    CIGARETTE TAX
    FUND (NATURAL
    RESOURCES)
    (IC 6-7-1-28.1)
7,307,986

    VETERANS' HOME
    BUILDING FUND
    (IC 10-6-1-7)
9,312,726

    POSTWAR
    CONSTRUCTION
    FUND
    (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
26,944,627

    FISH AND WILDLIFE
    FUND
    (IC 14-22-3-2)
3,020,000

    BUILD INDIANA FUND
    (IC 4-30-17)
101,799,951    

    TOTAL
506,408,542

    The allocations provided under this SECTION are made from the state general fund, unless specifically authorized from other designated funds by this act. The 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:
Years

1997-99

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

    DEPARTMENT OF
    ADMINISTRATION
        Preventive Maintenance
3,748,980

        State Library Phase II
6,000,000

        House Renovation
810,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
5,595,000

        Governor's Residence
        Repairs
180,000

    DEPARTMENT OF STATE
    REVENUE
        Preventive Maintenance
317,000

    PORT COMMISSION
        Burns International Harbor Dock
        Completion
5,000,000

        Southwind Maritime Center Dock
        Expansion
1,500,000

        Clark Center
1,500,000

    STATE BUDGET
    AGENCY
        Health and Safety Compliance
            Contingency Fund
11,200,000

        Little Calumet
            River Basin
            Commission
2,000,000

        Lake Michigan
        Marina Commission
2,000,000

        Kankakee River Basin
            Commission
1,000,000

        Indiana Pacers
4,700,000

        NCAA
10,000,000

    INDIANA SENATE
        Senate Renovation
    131,200

    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
        NICTD Federal
        Funds Match
3,000,000

        Vigo County Industrial
        Park Access
2,000,000

        Airport Development -
        Federal Match
1,000,000

    The foregoing allocation for the Indiana department of transportation is for airport development and shall be used for the purpose of assisting local airport authorities and local units of government in matching available federal funds under the airport improvement program and for matching federal grants for airport planning and for the other airport studies. Matching grants of aid shall be made in accordance with the approved annual capital improvements program of the Indiana department of transportation and with the approval of the governor and the budget agency.
    STATE FAIR COMMISSION
        Repair and Rehabilitation
8,526,000

        Site Preparation and Development
1,625,000

    The foregoing allocation to the state fair board shall be used for the site preparation and development of the property located immediately south of the state fairgrounds that has been transferred to the state fair board by Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis for use as the site of the Center for Agricultural Science and Heritage.
PUBLIC SAFETY AND CONSERVATION

A. PUBLIC SAFETY
    INDIANA STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT
        Preventive Maintenance
319,600

        800 MHZ Radio System
7,500,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,680,400

    The foregoing allocations for preventive maintenance and repair and rehabilitation for the state police department are hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the state police building fund under IC 9-29-1-4.
    LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BOARD
        Preventive Maintenance
154,700

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,885,000

    The foregoing allocations for the law enforcement training board are hereby appropriated from the law enforcement academy building fund under IC 5-2-1-13.
    ADJUTANT GENERAL
        Preventive Maintenance
250,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
3,041,700

B. CORRECTION
    WORK RELEASE CENTERS
        Preventive Maintenance
92,246

        Repair and Rehabilitation
125,000

    CORRECTIONAL UNITS
        Preventive Maintenance
400,000

        NCJ Atum Renovation Phase II
1,900,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,074,942

    INDIANA STATE PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance
1,063,482

        Rehabilitation of Perimeter Wall
10,605,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,002,329

    PENDLETON CORRECTION FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
912,450

        Renovation "H" Cellhouse Phase I
9,000,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,579,750

    WOMEN'S PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance
250,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
462,800

    PUTNAMVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
771,998

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,661,220

    PLAINFIELD JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
498,120

        Repair and Rehabilitation
3,148,875

    INDIANAPOLIS JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
297,752

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,899,750

    BRANCHVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
315,815

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,102,000

    WESTVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
1,091,475

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,752,246

    ROCKVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
315,815

        Repair and Rehabilitation
408,250

    PLAINFIELD CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
527,245

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,333,175

    RECEPTION DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
206,163

        Repair and Rehabilitation
650,297

    INDUSTRY AND FARM DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance
101,000

    CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
476,211

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,679,000

    WABASH VALLEY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance
763,866

        A&E Fees Gymnasium level 4
456,750

    MIAMI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
        PHASE II A&E Fees
11,276,861

    The foregoing allocations for repair and rehabilitation for work release centers, correctional units, state prison, Pendleton correctional facility, women's prison, Putnamville correctional facility, Plainfield juvenile correctional facility, Indianapolis juvenile correctional facility, Branchville correctional facility, Westville correctional facility, Rockville correctional facility, Plainfield correctional facility, reception diagnostic center, correctional industrial facility, and for Wabash Valley correctional facility A&E fees gymnasium level 4 are hereby appropriated from the postwar construction fund established under IC 7.1-4-8-1.
C. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    STATE MUSEUM
        Preventive Maintenance
202,210

        Repair and Rehabilitation
850,000

    ENFORCEMENT
        Preventive Maintenance
190,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
100,000

    FISH AND WILDLIFE
        Preventive Maintenance
1,658,300

        Repair and Rehabilitation
3,020,000

    The foregoing appropriation for fish and wildlife repair and rehabilitation is appropriated from the fish and wildlife fund as established by IC 14-22-3-2.
    FORESTRY
        Preventive Maintenance
1,604,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
3,056,500

    HISTORIC SITES
        Preventive Maintenance
260,186

        Angel Mounds
        Visitor Center
2,000,000

        Lanier Mansion
        Visitor Center         300,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,047,000

    NATURE PRESERVES
        Preventive Maintenance
100,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
250,000

    OUTDOOR RECREATION
        Preventive Maintenance
30,500

        Repair and Rehabilitation
250,000

    RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT
        Preventive Maintenance
1,194,500

        Lieber Swimming Pool
2,000,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
6,367,390

    STATE PARKS
        Preventive Maintenance
3,265,000

        Prophetstown - Land Acquisition
        and Construction
10,000,000

        Charlestown State Park
4,000,000

        Fort Harrison State Park
2,567,222

        Falls of Ohio
1,000,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
14,489,400

    GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
        Repair and Rehabilitation
740,000

        Heritage Trust
        Program
5,000,000

        Reclaim Coal
        Land Acquisition
5,000,000

        Dams - DNR
        (Northeast Indiana)
2,000,000

    DIVISION OF WATER
        Preventive Maintenance
300,000

        Lake Shafer
2,000,000

        Shufflebarger Levee
1,200,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
840,000

    The foregoing allocations for preventive maintenance for the enforcement, fish and wildlife, forestry, historic sites, outdoor recreation, state parks, and division of water are hereby appropriated from the cigarette tax fund established by IC 6-7-1-28.1.
    HOMETOWN INDIANA
5,000,000

    WABASH HERITAGE COMMISSION
10,000

    WAR MEMORIALS COMMISSION
        Preventive Maintenance
842,494

        Repair and Rehabilitation
4,081,000

        World War II Memorial
350,000

INDIANA DEPARTMENT
    OF ENVIRONMENTAL
    MANAGEMENT
        Dubois County
        Wastewater Project
2,000,000

    
FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES

ADMINISTRATION

DIVISION OF
MENTAL HEALTH
    EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC
    CHILDREN'S CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
41,788

        Repair and Rehabilitation
183,243

    EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance
693,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,300,000

    MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance
889,568

        Repair and Rehabilitation
5,154,480

    LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance
882,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,652,614

    LARUE D. CARTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance
463,050

    RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance
1,153,070

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,338,840

    NEW CASTLE STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
635,250

    FORT WAYNE STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
1,325,756

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,125,000

    MUSCATATUCK STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
1,151,510

        Repair and Rehabilitation
2,000,000

    NORTHERN INDIANA STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
214,988

    The foregoing allocations for repair and rehabilitation for Evansville psychiatric children's center, Evansville state hospital, and Fort Wayne state developmental center are hereby appropriated from the postwar construction fund under the provisions of IC 7.1-4-8-1.
    SPOUSAL ABUSE CENTER
    OF SOUTHERN INDIANA         300,000
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

    SILVERCREST CHILDREN'S
    DEVELOPMENT CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance
156,450

        Repair and Rehabilitation
694,450

    SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
        Preventive Maintenance
488,094

        Swimming Pool
1,800,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,963,000

    SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
        Preventive Maintenance
506,520

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,602,532

    SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'
    CHILDREN'S HOME
        Preventive Maintenance
328,860

        Repair and Rehabilitation
1,064,000

    Of the foregoing allocations for preventive maintenance and repair and rehabilitation for the soldiers' and sailors' children's home, $200,000 is hereby appropriated from the soldiers' and sailors' children's home maintenance fund under the provisions of IC 16-33-4-17 provided that the balance of the fund is $200,000 or greater.
    VETERANS' HOME
        Preventive Maintenance
697,331

        Alzheimers Unit
4,950,000

        Repair and Rehabilitation
3,665,395

    The foregoing allocations for the Indiana veterans' home are hereby appropriated from the veterans' home building fund established by IC 10-6-1-9.
VETERANS' AFFAIRS

FOR THE DEPARTMENT
OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
        Cemetery Construction
1,500,000

EDUCATION

HIGHER EDUCATION
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY -
    TOTAL SYSTEM
        General Repair and Rehab
29,669,052

    PURDUE UNIVERSITY -
    TOTAL SYSTEM
        General Repair and Rehab
21,528,647

    INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab
5,533,208

    UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
        General Repair and Rehab
824,037

    BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab
7,818,646

    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab
2,933,168

    IVY TECH
    STATE COLLEGE
        General Repair and Rehab
3,343,569

    INDIANA UNIVERSITY
        Kokomo Campus
            Science Building (A&E)
917,000

        South Bend Campus
            Student Activities Center (A&E)
980,000

        Northwest Campus
            Professional Education
            Building (A&E)
1,190,000

    INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    AT INDIANAPOLIS
        Classroom Building (A&E)
1,120,000

    PURDUE UNIVERSITY
        Calumet Campus (A&E)
        Anderson Building
        Project
8,000,000

        Lafayette Campus
        Boiler Upgrade Phase II (A&E)
1,330,000

    INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        Power Plant (A&E)
1,190,000

        Advanced
        Communication Network
1,000,000

        Land Acquisition
1,250,000

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
        Classroom/Laboratory
        Project
8,000,000

VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Library Addition
        Project
3,050,000

        Jasper Center
        Addition Project
4,120,000

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE
    South Bend Campus
        Phase II Project
13,300,000

    Bloomington Campus
        Instructional Center
        Site Purchase and A&E
2,558,310

    The above sums appropriated to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Vincennes University, and Ivy Tech State College are in addition to all income of said institutions 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.
BUILD INDIANA FUND

(IC 4-30-17)

    FOR THE BUDGET AGENCY
1997-99

    INDIANA
        TECHNOLOGY FUND         44,000,000
    Four million dollars ($4,000,000) from the Indiana technology fund shall be allocated for the biennium to the budget agency for the development of the state backbone project.
    LOCAL PROJECTS
    Delaware Co. Juvenile Detention
        Facility         300,000
    LaPorte Co. Scipio Township
        VFD equipment           25,000
    LaPorte Co. Center Township
        VFD equipment           25,000
    Westville VFD          25,000
    Michigan City Riverfront Park
        development         200,000
    LaPorte County Parks          25,000
        Angel Mounds Expansion-2006         300,000
    Charlestown VFD          12,500
    Oregon VFD          12,500
    Lexington VFD         12,500
    Johnson VFD          12,500
    Vienna VFD          12,500
    Scottsburg VFD          12,500
    Jennings Co. Marion VFD          12,500
    Vernon Township (Crothersville)
        VFD             12,500
    Grassy Fork VFD          12,500
    Washington-Jackson VFD          12,500
    City of Seymour
        Fire Department          12,500
    Brownstown VFD          12,500
    Seymour refuse recycling
        equipment          50,000
    Charlestown refuse recycling
        equipment          50,000
    Scottsburg refuse recycling equipment         50,000
    Potawatomi Zoological Society - capital         50,000
    Studebaker National Museum - capital         625,000
    John Adams High School -
        capital         125,000
    Franklin County Roads         300,000
    Cambridge City infrastructure
        improvements         100,000
    Milton infrastructure
        improvements          50,000
    Centerville infrastructure improvements         70,000
    Richmond infrastructure improvements         100,000
    Wayne Co. Abington Township Fire Dept
        equipment          5,000
    Wayne Co. Washington
        Township Fire Dept equipment         5,000
    Jeffersonville- Carnegie
        Library rehabilitation         140,000
    Clarksville Historic Trail &
        Community Bldg rehab         140,000
    Utica infrastructure          25,000
    National Civil Rights Museum
        and Hall of Fame          300,000
    Community Park accessibility
        and enhancement (Floyd Co.)         170,000
    Riverfront Park accessibility and
        enhancement (Floyd Co.)         130,000
    Marshall Co. Polk Township VFD
        equipment          39,285
    LaPorte Co. Lincoln
        Township VFD equipment          39,285
    City of Plymouth VFD
        equipment          39,285
    Marshall Co. Culver-Union
        Township Fire
            Dept. equipment          39,285
    Argos water and sewer project         39,285
    Knox water and sewer project         39,285
    North Judson water and sewer project         39,285
    Plymouth Jr. League Baseball
        C-League Diamond -
            Restrooms and concession
                stand          25,000
    Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing
        Partnership         300,000
        Main Street Storm Sewer - Washington         200,000
    Martin Co. Courthouse rehab and
        upgrade         100,000
    Haysville Community VFD
        building          50,000
    Clay Co. 4-H Fairgrounds Sewer
        System          75,000
    Reelsville water project           65,000
    Bellmore Fire Department           50,000
    Fontanet Fire Department           60,000
    Russellville Fire Department          50,000
    New East Industrial Child Care
        Center (ECI) (Indpls)         300,000
    Greene Co. 4-H Clubs, Inc. Fairgrounds
        Improvements          50,000
    Greene Co. Jackson Township Fire
        Truck              75,000
    Martin County Courthouse          25,000
    French Lick Community
        Building          90,000
    Orleans Downtown
        Revitalization           25,000
    Greene Co. Taylor
        Township - Scotland Park         10,000
        Mitchell city park          25,000
        Devington Community
        Development Corporation (Indpls)         100,000
        Park - Devington (Indpls)         100,000
        Library - Devington (Indpls)         100,000
    New Chicago Infrastructure          100,000
    Merrillville - Drainage          200,000
    St. Joseph Co. Harris Township VFD
        equipment          75,000
    St. Joseph Co. Clay Township VFD
        equipment          75,000
    St. Joseph Co. German
        Township VFD equipment          75,000
    St. Joseph Co. Warren
        Township VFD equipment          75,000
    Vincennes Township
        VFD equip and facility         150,000
    Gibson Co. Patoka Township VFD
        equip and facility         150,000
    Osceola Fire Department
        safety equipment           15,000
    St. Joseph Co. Penn North Fire Department
        safety equipment          15,000
    St. Joseph Co. Penn South Fire
        Department safety
            equipment          15,000
    Elkhart Co. Baugo Township
        Fire Department
            safety equipment          15,000
    Town of Osceola street
        improvements          10,000
    City of Mishawaka street improvements         75,000
    St. Joseph County street improvements         155,000
    Allen County Courthouse
        restoration         300,000
    Sullivan Fire Department truck         75,000
    Hymera VFD ambulance          20,000
    Knox County Fair Board          15,000
    Westphalia Drainage Project         50,000
    Daviess County Airport runway         50,000
    Jasonville Fire Department truck         50,000
    Vigo Co. Prairie Creek Township
        Fire Department truck          20,000
    Vigo Co. Prairieton Township VFD
        equipment          20,000     Town of Sandborn - sidewalk
        repair             25,000
    Bird-Gibson Center &
        Athletic Field         100,000
    Parke Co. Lyford Township
        VFD             10,000
    Vermillion Co. Fairgrounds
        improvements         15,000
    Rosedale VFD         10,000
    Clinton Feather Creek Flood
        Control         40,000
    Fairview Park flood control & street
        fund             20,000
    Vermillion Co. Clinton Township
        VFD equipment         10,000
    Attica water system          30,000
    Attica VFD          5,000
    Covington Street Fund         20,000
    Covington VFD          5,000
    Covington Water Systems         10,000
    Veedersburg local road and street
        fund             20,000
    Williamsport Water Systems         10,000
    Universal VFD         10,000
    Montezuma - Reeder Park
        improvements         10,000
    Kingman Library         10,000
    Rockville local road
        and street fund         10,000
    Shirkieville, Libertyville, INS Water
        Company         10,000
    New Goshen, Shepardsville
    Fayette Township Water Assn.         10,000
    West Lebanon VFD
        equipment         10,000
    Cayuga - Lodi River Access Site         5,000
    Newport - street repair         10,000
    Dana VFD equipment          5,000
    Dana local road and street fund         5,000
    East Chicago Police Department
        equipment          50,000
    East Chicago Fire Department
        equipment          50,000
    Gary infrastructure         100,000
    National Civil Rights Museum &
        Hall of Fame          50,000
    African American Achievers
        Youth Corp. Bldg/equip          50,000
    Evansville Community
        Action Program-2 vehicles         70,000
    Evansville Police Department-
        video/surveillance cameras         50,000
    Evansville- capital expenses for day
        care providers to low income families         180,000
    North East Dubois Fire District
        tanker truck          80,000
    Austin Town Park          75,000
    Water Tank (industrial site for Jasper
        Engine expansion)         175,000
    Vigo County Industrial Park         300,000
    Lafayette Parking Facility         200,000
    Lafayette Long Center
        renovation         100,000
    St. Joseph County road repairs         300,000
    Monroe Co./Bloomington Unified
        Dispatch Center         150,000
    Monroe County Fairgrounds         50,000
    Bloomington Youth Science Lab         25,000
        Indiana Theatre (Bloomington)         150,000
    Monroe Co.
        CAP/Headstart
            Building
100,000

    MCCSC Alternative
        School - capital          20,000
    Harrodsburgh Community
        Center          15,000
    Big Brothers/Big Sisters of
        Monroe Co. - capital          10,000
    Bloomington Animal Shelter - capital         10,000
    Former Lake Co. Courthouse
        exterior renovation         215,000
    Town of Hebron Fire Department
        equipment          85,000
    Newton Co. Lake Township Park
        improvements          15,000
    Newton Co. Lincoln Township Park
        improvements          15,000
    Pine Village street repairs         5,000
    Earl Park street repairs          5,000
    Reynolds street repairs          10,000
    Brookston Fire Department
        truck             55,000
    Oxford Fire Department building
        improvements          80,000
    Boswell Fire Department
        emergency mgt. Equipment         55,000
    Independence Historical project         5,000
    Benton County Fairgrounds
        improvements          15,000
    White County Fairgrounds improvements          15,000
    Newton County Fairgrounds
        improvements          15,000
    South Newton Area Fire
        Departments "Jaws of Life"         10,000
    Albany wastewater system          20,000
    Dunkirk City Building          20,000
    Dunkirk Glass Museum          15,000
    Farmland drinking water system         20,000
    Jay County Arts Council
        Building          50,000
    Jay County Fairgrounds          50,000
    Parker City drinking
        water system          20,000
    Randolph County 4-H Fairgrounds
        horse facilities          50,000
    Randolph County, Ward Township Fire
        Services          10,000
    Randolph County, White
        River Township Fire equipment         10,000
    Ridgeville fire house          20,000
    Salamonie wastewater system         15,000
    Posey County Fairgrounds -
        Community Center         300,000
    North Vernon/Jennings County Airport         100,000
    Madison Riverfront Development         135,000
    City of Madison - Heritage Trails         25,000
    North Vernon - Park Theater historic
        renovation         25,000
    Hanover - storm and sewer infrastructure         15,000
    LaShonna Bates Family Aquatic Center
        facility         100,000
    Hornet Park Community Center facility          50,000
    Beech Grove Police Department
        storage bldg.          75,000
    R/ROSS CDC building
    (Indianapolis)         75,000
    Fort Wayne
        Headwaters Park
        Flood Control Project         300,000
    Mapleton Fall Creek Housing
        Development Corp.         100,000
    Crooked Creek Multi
        Service Center         100,000
    Butler Tarkington Neighborhood Assn.         50,000
    Martin Luther King Neighborhood
        Assn.              50,000
    Harrison Co. - Youth Center         200,000
    Palmyra VFD         100,000
    Brothers Keeper building (Gary)         100,000
    YWCA building fund (Gary)         100,000
    African American Achievers
        Youth Corp, Inc. Bldg (Gary)         100,000
    New Chicago Fire Department         50,000
    Ophelia Steen Community
        Center          100,000
    Downtown Highland
        Redevelopment         100,000
    Schererville Town Hall         100,000
    Warrick Co. Pigeon Township
        Community Center          25,000
    Warrick Co. Pigeon Township
        Fire Truck         100,000
    St. Meinrad Sewer
        Board
75,000

    Perry County Airport         100,000
    LaGrange Co. 4-H Club
        Assn., Inc. Grandstand
        & Stage         148,686
    Kendallville street lights         151,314
    UNWA-CDC
        for commercial and
        residential infrastructure
        (Indianapolis)         100,000
    MEDIC/BOSS-CDC
        commercial/residential
        infrastructure (Indianapolis)         100,000
    Mozel Sanders
        Foundation drug prevention
        (Indianapolis)         100,000
    Boys & Girls Club of Hammond
        capital expenses          50,000
    Hammond Police Dept.
        Gang Prevention/Drug
        Awareness capital         100,000
    School City of Hammond technology
        modernization          75,000
    Hammond Public Library tech.
        & automation expenses          75,000
    Owen Co. Wayne-Harrison,
    Montgomery VFD station          50,000
    Owen County Courthouse Dome
        renovation         150,000
    Riley wastewater treatment
        plant             100,000
    Owen Valley Sports Complex         25,000
    Vigo Co. Linton Township
    VFD truck          50,000
    Riley Recreation League capital
        expenses          25,000
    East Chicago Fire Department
        equipment          50,000
    East Chicago Police Department
        equipment          50,000
    Schererville Wilhem Street
        development North sidewalks         60,000
    Schererville Wilhelm Street
        development          40,000
    Griffith Public Works facility         100,000
    Andrew Carnegie Building restoration
        & conversion         300,000
    William Wilson Boys and
        Girls Club         100,000
    Twin Creeks Conservancy
    District             218,000
    South Haven VFD-resurface parking lot          8,000
    Haven Hollow Park-resurface
        parking lot & roadway          16,000
    Bonner Sr. Citizen Center bus         44,000
    Bonner Sr. Citizen Center
        resurface parking lot &
        lighting          14,000
    Bloomington - Thomson
        infrastructure
        reconfiguration         90,000     Wabash Heritage Corridor         750,000
    Selma Park and Recreation
        Development         85,000
    Martin Univ. Bernice
        Faction Center for Performing Art         100,000
    Little Calumet Trail         300,000
    Francesville Town Hall         150,000
    Prophetstown Museums         375,000
    Noah's Ark Children's
        Civic Center - Jeffersonville         200,000
    LaPorte County Fair Board         150,000
    Monon Civic Center         100,000
    Freetown Village         100,000
    Owensville Water Tower         100,000
    Porter County Memorial Opera
        House and Jail Museum         250,000
    Stinesville Downtown         30,000
    Monon Town Park Shelter         32,000
    Elletsville Downtown         150,000
    Mount Olive and Baptist
        Missionary Shelter         25,000
    Celery Bog Nature Center         150,000
    Dayton Summer Recreation
        Area             50,000
    Brown County Library         125,000
    City of Petersburg
        Street Project         150,000
    North East Side
        Neighborhood Assn.         50,000
    Crawford County Community
        Center and 4-H Park         150,000
    Tippecanoe County Haz-Mat
        Response Team
        Equipment         120,000
    Marion County Children's
        Guardian Home         50,000
    Veteran's Home, Portrait
        Restoration         150,000
    Bendix Woods County
        Park-Nature Center         30,000
    New Harmony Flood
        Control project         424,500
    NICTD - High Speed
        Rail Feasibility         150,000
    City of Lake Station - Fire
        Department Pumper         150,000
    Burlington Fire
        Department - Pumper Truck         140,000
    Brown Co. Washington
        Township VFD         100,000
    LaCross Fire Station         250,000
    Wheatfield Fire
        Department - equipment         20,000
    Independence Hill
        Conservancy District         174,000
    Pine Lake Flooding &
        Storm Sewer
        Separation Project         300,000
    Ireland-Madison Township
        Conservancy
        District Wastewater         500,000
    Cayuga - Wastewater
        Collection & Treatment
        System         900,000
    Oakland City Sewer Extension         50,000
    Eastland-Richland Sewer
        Project
500,000

    Town of Geneva,
        Adams County
136,764

    Easton VFD,
        Delaware County
50,000

    Van Buren Township
        FD, Summitville,
        Madison Co.
25,000

    Gaston VFD,
        Delaware Co.
25,000

    Lewisville FD,
        Henry Co.
150,000

    Cadiz/Harrison
        Township FD
        Henry Co.
25,000

    Mooreland
        VFD, Henry Co.
25,000

    Madison Township FD,
        Mulberry,
        Clinton Co.
50,000

    Center Township FD,
        Marion & Grant Counties
50,000

    Perry Township Trustee,
        Ligonier,
        Noble Co.
87,493

    Allen Township,
        Avilla, Noble Co.
40,000

    Albion VFD,
        Noble Co.
50,000

    Bright VFD,
        Lawrenceburg,
        Dearborn Co.
60,000

    Hogan Township VFD,
        Dearborn Co.
60,000

    Moorefield VFD,
        Vevay,
        Switzerland Co.
60,000

    Jackson County
        EMS, Seymour,
        Jackson Co.
110,250

    Jackson Township
        FD, Hymera,
        Sullivan Co.
50,000

    Jasonville FD,
        Greene Co.
50,000

    Vincennes Township
        FD, Vincennes,
        Knox Co.
50,000

    Lewis Township FD,
        Coalmont,
        Clay Co.
50,000

    Curry Township FD,
        Farmersburg,
        Sullivan Co.
50,000

    Miami Township FD,
        New Waverly,
        Cass Co.
25,000

    Harrison Township,
        Lucerne,
        Cass Co.
80,000

    Town of Leesburg
        Wastewater
        Treatment,
        Koscuisko Co.
200,000

    East Morgan Street
        Drainage Improvements,
        Martinsville, Morgan Co.
150,000

    Monrovia
        Wastewater/Stormwater
        Disposal System, Morgan Co.
100,000

    Town of Vera Cruz
        Waterworks System,
        Wells Co.
100,000

    Gaston Storm Sewer
        Improvements,
        Delaware Co.
48,000

    Cumberland Wastewater
        Treatment Plant,
        Marion Co.
200,000

    Public Water System
        Renovation, Lewisville,
        Henry Co.
100,000

    Commerce Drive &
        Canary Ditch
        Extension,
        Franklin,
        Johnson Co.
150,000

    Attica Sewer
        Project,
        Fountain Co.
100,000    

    Orange Township
        Water Extension,
    Connersville,
        Fayette Co.
100,000

    Pittsboro Wastewater
        Treatment Plant
        Improvement,
        Hendricks Co.
250,000

    Garrett Carper
        North Drain
        Reconstruction,
    Garrett,
        Dekalb Co.
100,000

    Turkey Creek Regional
        Sewer District,
        Cromwell,
        Kosciusko County
250,000

    City of Richmond
        Downtown Renovation,
        Wayne Co.
100,000

    Fortville GIS System
        Hancock County
50,000

    Barbee Lakes
        Conservancy District,
        Koscuisko Co.
200,000

    Parker City
        Waterworks Improvement
        Project,
        Randolph Co.
75,000

    Centerville Water &
        Wastewater Expansion,
        Wayne Co.
50,000

    Millerburg Washington
        Street Water Main
        Replacement,
        Elkhart Co.
35,000

    Shelburn US 41
        Sanitary Sewer
        Extension,
    Sullivan Co.
75,000

    Kelso Creek
        Drainage Project,
        Vincennes,
        Knox Co.
75,000

    Main Street
        Water/Sewer Line,
        Logansport,
        Cass Co.
120,000

    France Park
        Wastewater Treatment
        Project,
        Logansport,
        Cass Co.
200,000

    Tri-Lakes Regional
        Sewer District,
        Columbia City,

        Whitley & Noble Counties
300,000

    Roanoke Waterworks
        Improvements,
        Huntington Co.
300,000

    Huntington St. Joe Drainage
        & Road Project,
        Huntington Co.
250,000

    South Whitley Sewer
        Main Refurbishing,
        Whitley Co.
400,000

    Blue Lake Sewer
        Wastewater,
        Churubusco,
    Whitley Co.
100,000

    Shirley Park &
        Community Center, Henry Co.
125,000

    Wilbur Wright
        Birthplace Preservation,
    Mooreland,
        Henry Co.
25,000

    Hope Summer
        Playground,
        Bartholomew Co.
50,000

    Flatrock Fire
        Station,
        Shelby Co.
100,000

    Reconstruction of
        South Street,
        Town of Hope,
        Bartholomew Co.
200,000

    Decatur County
        Fairgrounds
150,000

    New Fire Station,
        Coatesville,
        Hendricks Co.
75,000

    Indiana Hotel
        Restoration/Embassy
        Theatre Stage
        Renovation,
        Fort Wayne,
        Allen Co.
225,000

    Steuben Co.
        YMCA Building
100,000

    LaGrange Co.
        Fairgrounds
        Grandstand and Stage
75,000

    Marion County
        Children's Guardians
        Home,
        Marion Co.
500,000

    Hornet Park
        Community Center,
        Beech Grove,
        Marion Co.
50,000

    Ben Davis Youth
        Sports Park,
        Indianapolis,
        Marion Co.
75,000

    Marion County
        Playground Rehabilitation
500,000

    Metamora Public Restrooms,
        Franklin Co.
60,000

    McBride Baseball
        Stadium,
        Richmond,
        Wayne Co.
350,000

    Cambridge City
        Golay Community
        Center,
        Wayne Co.
75,000

    Jay County
        Courthouse Renovation
100,000

    Dublin Softball Field,
        Wayne Co.
20,000

    Elco Performing
        Arts Center, Elkhart, Elkhart Co.
350,000

    Elkhart County Fairground Expansion
75,000

    Newburgh Town Hall,Warrick Co.
100,000

    Jackson County Fairgound Exhibit Building
50,000

    Drainage System Bourbon, Marshall Co.
250,000

    Noblesville Parks - River Walkway
100,000

    City of Southport Park
    25,000

    City of Greenwood Park System
50,000

    Lawrence County Courthouse Renovation
100,000

    Greene County 4-H Club Fairgrounds
        Improvements, Loogootee
    75,000

    Fulton County Courthouse
125,000

    City of Logansport, Salt
        Storage Building,
        Cass County
50,000

    Etna-Troy Township
        Community Center,
        Columbia City
150,000

    Whitley County YMCA
75,000

    Woodburn Community
        Park Renovation,
        Allen County
60,000

    Allen County
        Fairgrounds
50,000

    St. Joseph Old
        County Courthouse
        Renovation
200,000

    Mishawaka Penn Library,
        St. Joseph County
350,000

    Garfield Park Recreation
        Center
500,000

    Posey County
        Community Center
50,000

    City of Selma Ball
        Field Complex,
        Delaware County
25,000

    Zionsville Main
        Street,
        Boone County
200,000

    Town of Galveston
        Community Center,
        Cass County
100,000

    Huntington County
        Courthouse Repair
100,000

    Allen County Courthouse
350,000

    Potawatomi Zoological,
        St. Joseph County
50,000

    Sullivan County
        Modernization
        of Sewer System,
        Restrooms & Showers
150,000

    Batesville Fire
        Station, Ripley County
150,000

    Gregg Township FD,
        Morgan Co.
25,000

    Martinsville
        Swimming Pool,
        Morgan Co.
150,000

    Luce Township FD,
        Spencer Co.
50,000

    Union Township
        St. Joe Old School
        Project
75,000

    Cedar Lake
        Enhancement,
        Lake Co.
300,000

    Indiana Department of
        Transportation-
        Airport Improvement
        Program Expense
1,748,949

    The above appropriation for the Indiana department of transportation airport improvement program is made in lieu of the $3,000,000 appropriation from the build Indiana fund made to the department of transportation for Airport Development State Match in P.L.240-1991(ss2). The appropriation is to be used for programs provided for in IC 8-21-11.
    Cromwell Infrastructure Improvements
        Noble County
100,000

    Aboite Township Parks,
        Allen County
125,000

    Churubusco Town
        Square Improvements
        Whitley County
75,000

    Chesterton Park
        Renovation, Porter County
    50,000

    Porter County Fairgrounds
200,000

    Bloomington Fairgrounds,
        Monroe County
70,000

    Harrodsburg Community
        Center Monroe
        County
40,000

    Bloomfield Fire Department
        Greene County
150,000

    Mooresville Pool Project,
        Morgan County
150,000

    Clark's Creek Sewer,
        Hendricks County
200,000

    Brookmore Sewers,
        Morgan County
75,000

    Fort Benjamin
        Harrison Reuse
        Authority,
        Marion County
500,000

    Crawfordsville District
        Public Library
        Montgomery County
75,000

    Wingate Sidewalk Repair
        Montgomery County
50,000

    West Point Fire
        Department Equipment
        Tippecanoe County
50,000

    Madison Township Fire
        Department
        Montgomery County
50,000

    Alamo Street Repair,
        Montgomery County
50,000

    Military Memorial
        Pavilion in Jackson
        Morrow Park
        Kokomo,
        Howard County
55,000

    Russiaville Fire
        Department,
        Howard County
100,000

    Whitestown Main
        Street Project
25,000

    Zionsville Storm
        Drain
60,000

    Town Hall &
        Shelter Project
45,000

    Head Creek
        Wetlands Land
        Acquisition
        LaPorte County
300,000

    Franklin Fairgrounds
        Improvement Project
        Johnson County
150,000

    Kirklin Town Hall,
        Clinton County
125,000

    Camp Cullen Boy
        Scout Camp,
        Clinton County
150,000

    Northwest Way
        Park Project
        Marion County
        Pike Township
100,000

    Burney Volunteer
        Fire Department,
        Fire Truck,
        Decatur County
100,000

    East Enterprise "Jaws of Life"
        Switzerland County
10,000

    Greensburg Storm
        Sewer, Highway 46
        Decatur County
75,000

    New Point Fire
        Department,
        Decatur County
15,000

    Batesville Park,
        Playground Equipment
        Ripley County
25,000

    Moorefield Fire
        Department,
        Switzerland County
75,000

    4-H Park,
        Wells County
100,000

    Uniondale Fire
        Department,
        Wells County
75,000

    Ossian Community
        Park, Wells County
75,000

    Zanesville Streets,
        Wells County
50,000

    Martinsville Street
        Project (Phase II)
        Morgan County
450,000

    New Pumper Tanker
        Fire Truck,
        Green Township/Martinsville,
        Morgan County
25,000

    New Fire Truck, Paragon,
        Morgan County
25,000

    Allen Township Fire
        Equipment, Macy,
        Miami County
65,000

    Denver Park Renovation,
        Miami County
35,000

    Wildcat Township Fire
        Equipment, Windfall
        Tipton County
50,000

    Peru Redevelopment
        Commission,
        Riverfront Walkway,
        Miami County
100,000

    Macy Park
        Renovation,
        Miami County
20,000

    White River Township
        Fire Equipment,
        Johnson County
125,000

    White River Township
        Fire Station,
        Johnson County
150,000

    Science Central,
        Allen County
300,000

    New Fire Station,
        Carthage,
        Rush County
250,000

    Park Development
        on Heimann
        Property,
        Connersville,
        Fayette County
40,000

    Industrial Park,
        Northwest Corner
        of SR 1 and I-70
        Wayne County
375,000

    Hamilton Lake
        Dam    
50,000

    Fremont Road
        Improvements
50,000

    Sewer Line Extension
        from Airport
        to City Line,
        Auburn,
        DeKalb County
75,000

    Wayne Street and
        Belfountain Road
        Improvement
        Projects, Hamilton,
        Steuben County
25,000

    Hudson Volunteer
        Fire Department,
        Firefighting Equipment,
        Steuben County
10,000

    Rieke Park
        Auburn
        DeKalb County
50,000

    Stroh Park and
        Recreation Fund
        Steuben County
10,000

    Helmer Fire Department,
        Equipment
        Steuben County
20,000

    Hudson Town
        Hall Renovation,
        Steuben County
10,000

    Shelby County
        Infrastructure
100,000

    Shelbyville
        Infrastructure,
        Shelby County
100,000

    Carnegie Project,
        Anderson Fine
        Arts Center,
        Madison County
125,000

    Big Duck Creek,
        Flood Control, Elwood
        Madison County
100,000

    Water Supply Well
        Pumps and Water
        Tower Storage
        Tank, Edgewood,
        Madison County
50,000

    Potato Creek
        State Park,
        Roads,
        St. Joseph County
100,000

    Tri-County Mental
        Health Center,
        Marion County
300,000

    Cass County
        Parks Department
275,000

    Simonton Lake
        Conservancy District,
        New wastewater
        treatment facility,
        Elkhart County
450,000

    New Franklin
        Township Library,
        Marion County
300,000

    Carver Community
        Center, Kokomo
        Howard County
300,000

    Dalman Road
        Project,
        Allen County
500,000

    Atlanta Fire Station,
        Hamilton County
50,000

    Noblesville Seminary
        Park,
        Hamilton County
10,000

    White River Park,
        Fishers,
        Hamilton County
75,000

    Cicero Storm Sewer,
        Hamilton County
100,000

    Madison Township
        Volunteer Fire
        Department,
        Fire Truck, Hoagland,
        Allen County
125,000

    Decatur Road
        Expansion Project,
        Adams County
30,000

    Preble Township,
        Fire Truck,
        Adams County
125,000

    Town of Magley
        Urban Drain
        Construction Project,
        Adams County
15,000

    Berne Fire
        Station,
        Adams County
100,000

    Jackson Township
        Fire Truck,
        Sidney,
        Kosciusko County
125,000

    Silver Lake Municipal
        Water Project
        Kosciusko County
70,000

    Wabash City Hall,
        New Elevator,
        Wabash County
50,000

    Middletown, New Park,
        Henry County
50,000

    Middletown Sewer
        Project,
        Henry County
175,000

    Geographic Information
        System (GIS),
        New Castle,
        Henry County
50,000

    Greensboro Fire
        Truck,
        Henry County
75,000

    New Castle
        Youth Center
        Expansion
        Henry County
100,000

    Prophet Street,
        South Railroad
        Street, and Main
        Street Reconstruction,
        Battle Ground,
        Tippecanoe County
275,000

    DeMotte Water
        Project,
        Jasper County
50,000

    Francesville Fire
        Department,
        Pulaski County
25,000

    Wheatfield Fire
        Department,
        Jasper County
50,000

    Remington Fire
        Truck,
        Jasper County
25,000

    Medora Street
        Repairs,
        Jackson County
110,000

    Blue River
        Services and
        Industries Project
        Washington County
130,000

    Vallonia Fire
        Truck,
        Jackson County
110,000

    Lebanon Fire
        Station,
        Boone County
125,000

    Carmel City
        Center Project
        Hamilton County
150,000

    Cardinal Greenway
        Rails to trails
        Project involving
        Marion, Gas City,
        & Jonesboro,
        Grant County
225,000

    Sweetser Switch
        Walkway, Rails to Trails
        Project,
        Grant County
25,000

    Upland Railroad
        Station,
        Historic Renovation,
        Grant County
25,000

    Gas City Park
        Bandshell
        Grant County
50,000

    Alexandria Beulah
        Park
        Madison County
25,000

    Fairmount Playacres
        Park Walkway
        Grant County
30,000

    Jonesboro Park,
        Grant County
20,000

    Converse Bordermen
        Park
        Miami County
20,000

    Swayzee Park,
        Grant County
20,000

    Middlebury Wastewater
        Treatment
        Plant,
        Elkhart County
250,000

    Avon Town Hall,
        Hendricks County
275,000

    Billy Sunday
        Museum,
        Winona Lake
        Kosciusko County
350,000

    Boys and Girls
        Recreational Center
        Blackford County
225,000

    Youth Sports
        Field, Marion
25,000

    Van Buren
        Infrastructure
25,000

    Speedway Sewer
        Improvement Project
        Marion County
130,000

    Chapelhill Park,
        Marion County
60,000

    Wayne Township/Clermont
        Lions Club Park
        Marion County
10,000

    Wayne Township
        Fire Training Tower
        Marion County
75,000

    Turning Point
        (Domestic Violence
        Center)
        Columbus,
    Bartholomew County
125,000

    Hobart Sewer Project
50,000

    Foundation for Youth
        (Cherry Street
        Youth Facility)
        Columbus,
        Bartholomew County
125,000

    Brown County
        Volunteer
        Fire Department,
        Fire Truck
125,000

    Attica Volunteer
        Fire Department
5,000

    City of Hammond
        Downtown Renewal,
        Lake County
100,000

    Green Acres Drinking
        Water Project
300,000

    City of Goshen,
        Teen Center
75,000

    Evansville Police
        Department Surveillance
        Camera
35,000

    City of Gaston,
        Delaware County
48,000

    Jasper County Airport
        Improvement Hanger
        Project
150,000

    Town of Medaryville
        Park Project,
        Pulaski County
25,000

    Greenwood Municipal
        Airport Terminal,
        Johnson County
175,000

    Jasper County
        Fairground Improvement,
        Jasper County
150,000

    Evansville Community
        Action, Vanderburgh
        County
50,000

    Finley-Scott
        House,
        Wayne County
50,000

    Vanderburgh County-
        Evansville Foreign
        Trade Zone
1,500,000

    South Bend-St. Joseph
        College Football
        Hall of Fame
500,000

    INDOT-Public Transportation
        Capital Match
1,000,000

    Housing Trust Fund
600,000

    McCordsville
        Water Project
        Hancock Co.
100,000

    City of Dunkirk
        Ball-Foster
        Industrial Project, Jay County
1,000,000

1997-260-32
    SEC. 32. The trustees of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, Ball State University, and Ivy Tech State College may issue and sell bonds under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required by IC 20-12-5.5 and IC 23-13-18, for the following projects so long as for each institution the sum of principal costs of any bond issued does not exceed the total authority listed below for that institution:
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    Bloomington Campus
        Neal-Marshall Theater Project

21,000,000

        Graduate School of Business
12,000,000

    Southeast Campus
        Life Science Building
9,250,000

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PURDUE
    UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS
        Herron Art
        School/Law Building
14,000,000

    The above bonding authority for the Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis Herron Art School/Law Building is in addition to all other bonding authority previously authorized for the same project.
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    West Lafayette Campus
        Food Science Building
10,500,000

        Boiler Upgrade Phase I
16,000,000

    The above bonding authority for the West Lafayette Campus Food Science Building is in addition to all other bonding authority previously authorized for the same project.
    Calumet Campus
        Classrooms
1,800,000

    The above bonding authority for Calumet Campus Classrooms is in

addition to all other bonding authority previously authorized for the same project.
    Fort Wayne Campus
        Science Building

6,580,000

    The above bonding authority for the Fort Wayne Campus Science Building is in addition to all other bonding authority previously authorized for the same project.
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
    Steam Condensate Distribution System
11,000,000

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
    North Quadrangle Building
24,612,575

IVY TECH STATE COLLEGE
    Lafayette Campus
        Ross Road Building
14,100,000

    In addition to the above listed academic projects, the trustees of Indiana University and the University of Southern Indiana 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 costs of acquiring, constructing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing, or equipping such projects financed by any series of bonds issued does not exceed the total authority listed below for the projects. These projects are not eligible for fee replacement.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    Bloomington Campus
        Auditorium Renovation, Phase I
12,500,000

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
    Wellness/Fitness Recreational Facility
3,500,000

1997-260-33
    SEC. 33. On the twenty-fifth day of each month, the auditor of state shall transfer from the state general fund to the local road and street fund established by IC 8-14-2-4 for fiscal year 1997-98 four million one hundred sixty-six thousand six hundred sixty-seven dollars ($4,166,667) and for fiscal year 1998-99 four million one hundred sixty-six thousand six hundred sixty-seven dollars ($4,166,667). The transfers required under this SECTION are annually appropriated from the state general fund.

1997-260-34
    SEC. 34. The 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 designated in this act.

1997-260-35
    SEC. 35. If any part of a construction or rehabilitation and repair appropriation made by this act or any previous acts has not been allotted or encumbered before the expiration of two (2) biennia, the 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.

1997-260-36
    (Codified at IC 4-13.5-1-11. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-260-37
    SEC. 37. The state armory board is authorized to transfer three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000) to the Indiana war memorials commission for use in creating a historical display portraying the role of the militia and the national guard in defense of our nation.

1997-260-97
    (Codified at IC 20-26-11-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1997-260-98
    SEC. 98. The auditor of state shall distribute the difference between the appropriation for calendar year 1996 in effect January 1, 1996, and the appropriation for calendar year 1996, contained in IC 4-30-17-3.5, as amended by this act, based on the uniform disbursement percentage under IC 6-6-5-9.5 that was applied in determining the amount of motor vehicle excise tax replacement money to be disbursed to each county in calendar year 1996. The auditor of state shall distribute the increased appropriation for calendar year 1996 in a lump-sum distribution before September 1, 1997.

1997-260-99
    (Expired 7-2-1999, by P.L.260-1997, SEC.99.)

1997-260-100
    SEC. 100. Notwithstanding P.L.340-1995, the appropriation in P.L.340-1995 of one million six hundred ninety-one thousand dollars ($1,691,000) is canceled for the Armory-Marion joint venture and is reappropriated to the Marion, Grant County Community Complex/Armory Campus.

1997-260-101
    (Expired 7-2-1998, by P.L.260-1997, SEC.101.)

1997-260-102
    (Expired 12-31-1998, by P.L.260-1997, SEC.102.)

1997-260-103
    SEC. 103. (a) As used in this SECTION, "fund" refers to the electronic and enhanced access fund established by IC 4-5-10-5, as added by this act.
    (b) There is appropriated to the budget agency one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) from the lottery and gaming surplus account of the build Indiana fund that may be allotted for deposit in the fund under this SECTION.


    (c) At the request of the secretary of state and upon the terms and conditions agreed to by the budget agency after review by the budget committee, and under the conditions fixed by the budget agency after review by the budget committee, the budget agency after review by the budget committee shall allot money to the fund from the appropriation made by this SECTION.
    (d) Notwithstanding IC 4-5-10, as added by this act, fees collected by the secretary of state for electronic and enhanced access to information under IC 4-5-10-2, as added by this act, and not currently needed to meet the obligations of the fund may be deposited in the lottery and gaming surplus account of the build Indiana fund until the lottery and gaming surplus account of the build Indiana fund is fully reimbursed, it being the intent of the secretary of state and the general assembly that the lottery and gaming surplus account of the build Indiana fund be reimbursed as soon as practicable for all funds appropriated under this SECTION.

1997-260-104
    SEC. 104. If any provision of this act or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity of that provision does not affect other provisions of this act that can be given effect without the invalid provision.

1997-261-8
    (Codified at IC 35-41-1-0.1(2), IC 35-42-1-0.1(2), IC 35-42-2-0.1(2), and IC 35-50-2-0.1(10). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)