Session Law

Identifying Information:L. 2002 ch. 204
Other Identifying Information:2002 Senate Bill 517
Tax Type:Other
Brief Description:An Act making and concerning appropriations for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002, June 30, 2003, June 30, 2004, June 30, 2005, and June 30, 2006, for state agencies; authorizing certain transfers, capital improvement projects and fees, imposing certain restrictions and limitations, and directing or authorizing certain receipts, disbursements and acts incidental to the foregoing; amending K.S.A. 75-2319 and K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 55-193, 79-2959, 79-2964, 79-3425i, 79-34,147, 79-4804 and 82a-953a and repealing the existing sections; also repealing section 100 of chapter 144 and section 59 of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas.
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CHAPTER 204

SENATE BILL No. 517

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Accountancy, board of 11

Adjutant general 50, 115, 155

Administration, department of 34, 83, 141

Aging, department on 43, 56, 94

Agriculture, Kansas department of 52, 123

Animal health department, Kansas 125

Arts commission, Kansas 99

Attorney general 71

Attorney general--Kansas bureau of

investigation 51, 119, 153

Bank commissioner, state 12

Barbering, Kansas board of 13

Behavioral sciences regulatory board 14

Blind, Kansas state school for the 100, 136

Citizens' utility ratepayer board 33, 82

Commerce and housing, department of 38, 88

Conservation commission, state 53, 127

Corporation commission, state 81

Corrections, department of 48, 113, 138

Corrections, ombudsman of 65, 122

Cosmetology, Kansas state board of 16

Credit unions, state department of 18

Deaf, Kansas state school for the 101, 137

Dental board, Kansas 17

Education, department of 45, 97

Emergency medical services board 120

Emporia state university 107, 146

Fair board, state 63, 126, 134

Fire marshal, state 116

Fort Hays state university 103, 143

Governmental ethics commission 28

Governor's department 69

Guardianship program, Kansas 96

Healing arts, state board of 15

Health and environment, department of 42, 93

Health care stabilization fund

board of governors 31, 75

Highway patrol, Kansas 118, 154

Historical society, state 46, 102, 139

Human resources, department of 57, 91, 151

Human rights commission, Kansas 80

Indigents' defense services, state board of 32, 77

Insurance department 30, 74, 140

Judicial branch 64, 78, 142

Judicial council 76

Juvenile justice authority 49, 114, 158

Kansas, Inc. 39, 89

Kansas state university 47, 104, 144

Kansas state university extension systems and

agriculture research programs 105, 145

Kansas state university veterinary medical center 106

Legislative coordinating council 66

Legislature 67

Library, state 62, 98

Lieutenant governor 70

Lottery, Kansas 36, 86

Mortuary arts, state board of 19

Nursing, board of 20

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Ombudsman of corrections 65, 122

Optometry, board of examiners in 21

Parole board, Kansas 117

Pharmacy, state board of 22

Pittsburg state university 108, 147

Post audit, division of 68

Public employees retirement system, Kansas 58, 79

Racing and gaming commission, Kansas 37, 87

Real estate appraisal board 23

Real estate commission, Kansas 24

Regents, state board of 59, 112, 157

Retirement system, Kansas public employees 58, 79

Revenue, department of 35, 85

Secretary of state 29, 72

Securities commissioner of Kansas, office of the 25

Sentencing commission, Kansas 121

Social and rehabilitation services,

department of 44, 95, 135

Tax appeals, state board of 84

Technical professions, state board of 26

Technology enterprise corporation, Kansas 40, 90

Transportation, department of 55, 130

Treasurer, state 73

University of Kansas 109, 148

University of Kansas medical center 61, 110, 149

Veterans affairs, Kansas commission on 41, 92, 152

Veterinary examiners, state board of 27

Water office, Kansas 54, 128

Wichita state university 60, 111, 150

Wildlife and parks, department of 129, 156

An Act making and concerning appropriations for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002,

June 30, 2003, June 30, 2004, June 30, 2005, and June 30, 2006, for state agencies;

authorizing certain transfers, capital improvement projects and fees, imposing certain

restrictions and limitations, and directing or authorizing certain receipts, disbursements

and acts incidental to the foregoing; amending K.S.A. 75-2319 and K.S.A. 2001 Supp.

55-193, 79-2959, 79-2964, 79-3425i, 79-34,147, 79-4804 and 82a-953a and repealing the

existing sections; also repealing section 100 of chapter 144 and section 59 of chapter 216


of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas.


Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

Section 1. (a) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002, June 30,

2003, June 30, 2004, June 30, 2005, and June 30, 2006, appropriations

are hereby made, restrictions and limitations are hereby imposed, and

transfers, capital improvement projects, fees, receipts, disbursements and

acts incidental to the foregoing are hereby directed or authorized as pro-

vided in this act.

(b) The agencies named in this act are hereby authorized to initiate

and complete the capital improvement projects specified and authorized

by this act or for which appropriations are made by this act, subject to

the restrictions and limitations imposed by this act.

(c) The appropriations made by this act shall not be subject to the

provisions of K.S.A. 46- 155 and amendments thereto.

(d) This act shall not be subject to the provisions of subsection (a) of

K.S.A. 75-6702 and amendments thereto.

Sec. 2. The department of revenue is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amounts from the motor-vehicle fuel tax refund fund,

for claims not filed within the statutory filing period prescribed in K.S.A.

79-3458 and amendments thereto, to following claimants:

Terry B. Aller

1273 220th

Hiawatha, KS 66434

$152.93
Robert W. Altic

3495 Delaware Rd

Pomona, KS 66076

$5.60
Max J. Amos

649 Hwy 56

Council Grove, KS 66846

$218.88
APAC Kansas Inc.

PO Box 23910

Overland Park, KS 66283

$26,552.39
Barnhart Farms

4019 Louisiana Rd

Ottawa, KS 66067

$98.60
Barnhart Farms

4019 Louisiana Rd

Ottawa, KS 66067

$95.40
Barton County Highway Dept

PO Box 518

Great Bend, KS 67530

$4,599.29
Roger Bechtel

Rt 1 Box 140

Eureka, KS 67045

$254.43
Raymond C. Becker

169 Hwy 20 West

Lancaster, KS 66041

$378.36
Blackjack Express Inc.

PO Box 129

Woodlake, MN 56297

$84.00
Larry Blume

9010 Water Mill Rd

Wamego, KS 66547

$168.30
Frank Bossi

9339 312th Rd

Arkansas City, KS 67005

$85.00
Myron Bouray

1808 ``M''

Belleville, KS 66935

$50.40
Roy C. Brown

RR 2 Box 146

Lebanon, KS 66952

$9.40
Charles Bruner

PO Box 3

Uniontown, KS 66779

$86.04
Norma J. Brunsilius

Rt 2 Box 24

Belleville, KS 66935

$8.40
City of Alma

PO Box 444

Alma, KS 66401

$106.40
Dean Constable

2429 12th Rd

Blue Rapids, KS 66411

$106.00
John or Sharon DeBusk

1105 NE 100 Rd

Claflin, KS 67525

$42.06
Howard DeLange

PO Box 7

Girard, KS 66743

$522.40
Kenneth H. Garrett

981 9th Rd SW

Burlington, KS 66839

$41.00
Gasel Transportation Lines Inc.

PO Box 1199

Marietta, OH 45750

$17.60
Norma Gitchel

131 Hunter Rd

Phillipsburg, KS 67661

$590.78
Kenneth R. Greene

216 Granite Rd

Tescott, KS 67484

$5.00
Gerald L. Haag

1393 Rd 75

Olpe, KS 66865

$37.20
Greg Hallgren

RR 1 Box 132

Alta Vista, KS 66834

$63.80
Lowell D. Hamilton

1626 5th Rd

Marysville, KS 66508

$83.00
Hardman Wholesale Co

PO Box 10

Osborne, KS 67473

$96.20
Mrs. R. J. Hein

RR 1 Box 127

Fall River, KS 67047

$147.24
Stanley D. Holmes

10620 SW Hwy 69

Baxter Springs, KS 66713

$194.76
Irons Feed Yard

11252 Wildfire Rd

Minneota, KS 67865

$35.00
Marlin Jacobson

13543 138th

Valley Falls, KS 66088

$172.98
Kenneth R. King

1045 SW 170th Street

Leon, KS 67074

$91.40
Kevin W. or Mary Ann Kniebel

428 S. 2600 Rd

White City, KS 66872

$236.52
L R M Industries Inc.

PO Box 4150

Lawrence, KS 66046

$9,588.47
Lamont Hill Resort Inc.

22975 K. Hwy 368

Vassar, KS 66543

$243.72
Eddie Lauer

510 E. Whittier

St Francis, KS 67756

$472.64
Neal Lehew

1172 Nighthawk Rd

Horton, KS 66439

$712.87
John V. Linot

21749 SW Meadowlark Rd

Douglas, KS 67039

$86.60
Macfee Farms LLC

Rt 1 Box 17

Lebanon, NE 69036

$115.00
Peter G. McKenna

1940 Abbey Rd

Kingman, KS 67068

$24.38
Mid Kansas Cap

111 W. Ash

El Dorado, KS 67042

$859.14
Raymond Austin Moody

14730 SE Norton Rd

Kincaid, KS 66039

$125.00
N & J Inc

1417 Ash

Harper, KS 67058

$62.22
National Compressed Steel Corp

PO Box 5246

Kansas City, KS 66119

$180.00
Otters Inc

HC 1 Box 143

Clayton, KS 67629

$155.70
Parkman Farms

1754 Road 180

Emporia, KS 66801

$18.46
Peterson Farm & Livestock, Inc.

10729 S. Simpson Rd

Assaria, KS 67416

$228.91
Prairie Dunes Country Club

4812 E 30th

Hutchinson, KS 67502

$216.00
Albert J. Ree

RR 1 Box 31

McCracken, KS 67556

$45.00
Vernon J. Riemann

1945 NE 80 Ave.

Claflin, KS 67525

$41.00
Lloyd H. Scheid

223 Vermont

Holton, KS 66436

$234.00
Sedgwick Co Central Mtr Pool

1015 Stillwell

Wichita, KS 67213

$11,035.13
Seward County Road & Bridge

1703 W 8th Str

Liberal, KS 67901

$2,217.01
Bruce Spare

10501 S. Simpson Rd

Assaria, KS 67416

$215.10
Roger Stone

12990 Crooked Creek Road

Leonardville, KS 66449

$499.50
Supreme Cattle Feeders

PO Box 708

Liberal, KS 67905

$16,689.82
Arvilla M. (Bell) Taylor

RR 1 Box 81

Studley, KS 67740

$300.33
John M. Trear

1554 Rd 40

Olpe, KS 66865

$14.00
Tremo Corporation - T. E. Bird

978 Coyote Road

Toronto, KS 66777

$333.18
Trinity Jr/Sr Catholic HS

1400 East 17th Street

Hutchinson, KS 67501

$602.91
Trinity Jr/Sr Catholic HS

1400 East 17th Street

Hutchinson, KS 67501

$128.00
Lynn M. True

120 West 3rd Street

Smith Center, KS 66967

$417.06
S.D. Underhill

1070 Hwy 18

Abilene, KS 67410

$88.82
USD #293

PO Box 429

Quinter, KS 67752

$641.70
USD #402

301 W Kelly

Augusta, KS 67010

$3,970.40
USD 411-Goessel

100 E. Main, PO Box 6

Goessel, KS 67053

$738.07
USD 415

PO Box 398

Hiawatha, KS 66434

$2,476.17
USD 428

201 Patton Rd

Great Bend, KS 67530

$3,977.60
USD 456-Marais Des Cygnes

PO Box 158

Melvern, KS 66510

$3,869.44
USD 468-Healy

5006 N. Dodge Road

Healy, KS 67850

$209.36
VMC

44080 Highway 17 South

Vernon, AL 35592

$472.63
W & L Dirt Construction Inc.

150 N. Main Suite 801

Wichita, KS 67202

$460.55
Wichita Country Club

PO Box 8105 Munger Station

Wichita, KS 67208

$1,011.96
Wildcat Concrete Serv Inc.

PO Box 750075

Topeka, KS 66675

$98.16
Wildcat Creek Sports Center

800 Anneberg Circle

Manhattan, KS 66503

$363.17
Robert Winderlin

993 Highway 4

Scott City, KS 67871

$454.68
Carl F. Zirger

18586 R4 Rd

Mayetta, KS 66509

$63.66

Sec. 3. The Kansas state fair is hereby authorized and directed to pay

the following amount from the state fair fee fund as reimbursement for

out-of-pocket medical expenses resulting from personal injuries sustained

at the state fairgrounds, to the following claimant:

Diana M. Hughes

9706 West 4th

Nickerson, KS 67561

$291.32

Sec. 4. The Kansas sentencing commission is hereby authorized and

directed to pay the following amount from the statistical analysis--federal

fund for payment for certain office products purchased, the invoice for

which was submitted or processed in an untimely manner, to the following

claimant:

Boise Cascade Office Products

P.O. Box 92735

Chicago, IL 60675-2735

$120.83

Sec. 5. (a) The department of revenue is hereby authorized and di-

rected to pay the following amount from the income tax refund fund as

reimbursement for tax refunds which were mistakenly applied as setoffs

for debts owed by claimant's husband to the following claimant:

Maria Arcelita R. Bolyard

HC 1, Box 69

Bird City, KS 67731

$1,148.00

(b) The department of revenue is hereby authorized and directed to

pay the following amount from the sales tax refund fund as reimburse-

ment for sales taxes paid on exempt utility purchases to pressurize water

for distribution, to the following claimant:

City of Topeka, c/o John R. Luttjohann, Attorney

4848 SW 21st St., Suite 201

Topeka, KS 66604

$63,590.00

Sec. 6. (a) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and

directed to pay the following amount from the Lansing correctional fa-

cility--facilities operations account of the state general fund, as reim-

bursement for court costs, property loss, lost wages, lab tests and postage

expenses incurred by claimant in successfully challenging a facility disci-

plinary report finding of a positive drug screen, to the following claimant:

Charles Johnson #54497

P.O. Box 2

Lansing, KS 66043

$286.92

(b) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the El Dorado correctional facility--

facilities operations account of the state general fund for loss of claimant's

personal property while in the care, custody and control of the personnel

at the El Dorado correctional facility, to the following claimant:

Troy Johnson #54270

P.O. Box 311

El Dorado, KS 67042

$25.58

(c) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the El Dorado correctional facility--

facilities operations account of the state general fund for loss of claimant's

personal property while in the care, custody and control of the personnel

at the El Dorado correctional facility, to the following claimant:

Greg Orozco, Johnson County Adult Detention Center

101 N. Kansas Ave.

Olathe, KS 66061

$10.00

(d) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the El Dorado correctional facility--

facilities operations account of the state general fund for loss of claimant's

personal property while in the care, custody and control of the personnel

at the El Dorado correctional facility, to the following claimant:

Monte Johnston #67146

P.O. Box 311

El Dorado, KS 67042

$128.95

(e) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the El Dorado correctional facility--

facilities operations account of the state general fund for loss of claimant's

personal property while in the care, custody and control of the personnel

at the El Dorado correctional facility, to the following claimant:

Edgar R. Banks #47160

P.O. Box 2

Lansing, KS 66043

$86.76

(f) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the Lansing correction facility--facili-

ties operations account of the state general fund as reimbursement for

paint overspray damage to claimant's car parked in the facility's employee

parking lot, to the following claimant:

Doug Neuschafer

8522 Schweger Court #712

Lenexa, KS 66219

$1,000.00

(g) The department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed

to pay the following amount from the Lansing correctional facility--fa-

cilities operations account of the state general fund as reimbursement for

paint overspray damage to claimant's car parked in the facility's employee

parking lot, to the following claimant:

Tim Bradeen

611 Morgan Street

Lansing, KS 66043

$1,175.00

Sec. 7. (a) The department of administration is hereby authorized

and directed to pay the following amount from the cancelled warrants

payment fund of the above agency as reimbursement for a cancelled pay-

roll warrant to the following claimant:

Virginia Smith

1031 W. 2nd

Larned, KS 67550

$1,864.25

(b) The department of administration is hereby authorized and di-

rected to pay the following amount from the cancelled warrants payment

fund of the above agency as reimbursement for a cancelled warrant to

the following claimant:

Robert A. Bechtel

1419 Martway Circle, Apt. C

Olathe, KS 66061-5813

$92.00

(c) The department of administration is hereby authorized and di-

rected to pay the following amount from the cancelled warrants payment

fund of the above agency as reimbursement for a cancelled warrant to

the following claimant:

Richard W. Dougherty

335 Point Drive

Great Bend, KS 67530

$91.00

Sec. 8. (a) The department of social and rehabilitation services is

hereby authorized and directed to pay the following amount from the

state operations account of the state general fund of the above agency

the amount of $12,762.04, from the foster care assistance federal fund,

the amount of $5,613.24, and from the medical assistance federal fund,

the amount of $255.24, fund for reimbursement for attorney fees and

other related expenses incurred in child in need of care proceedings, to

the following claimants:

Steve and Susan Moore

471 N. Mulberry

Gardner, KS 66030

$18,630.72

Sec. 9. (a) The department of social and rehabilitation services is

hereby authorized and directed to pay the following amount from the

state operations account of the state general fund of the above agency

the amount of $5,781.33, from the foster care assistance federal fund, the

amount of $2,542.94, and from the medical assistance federal fund, the

amount of $115.63, as reimbursement for attorney fees and other related

expenses incurred in a child in need of care action, to the following claim-

ants:

Scott and Susan House

107 S. Choctaw

Dewey, OK 74029

$8,439.90

(b) The department of social and rehabilitation services is hereby au-

thorized and directed to pay the following amount from the state oper-

ations account of the state general fund, of the above agency the amount

of $16,509.20, from the foster care assistance federal fund the amount of

$7,261.64, from the medical assistance federal fund the amount of

$330.18, as reimbursement for psychological tests and other related ex-

penses incurred by grandparents in a child in need of care action, to the

following claimants:

Clair and Shirley Gordon

201 East 2nd Ave.

Caney, KS 67333

$24,101.02

(c) The department of social and rehabilitation services is hereby au-

thorized and directed to pay the following amount from the state oper-

ations account of the state general fund to reimburse the imprest fund

for an unpaid debt, to the following claimant:

SRS Imprest Fund #23

Docking State Office Building, 11th Floor

Topeka, KS 66612

$2,114.91

Sec. 10. (a) Except as otherwise provided by this act, the director of

accounts and reports is hereby authorized and directed to draw warrants

on the state treasurer in favor of the claimants specified in this act, upon

vouchers duly executed by the state agencies directed to pay the amounts

specified in such sections to the claimants or their legal representatives

or duly authorized agents, as provided by law.

(b) The director of accounts and reports shall secure prior to the

payment of any amount to any claimant, other than amounts authorized

to be paid pursuant to section 2 as motor-vehicle fuel tax refunds or as

transactions between state agencies as provided by this act, a written

release and satisfaction of all claims and rights against the state of Kansas

and any agencies, officers and employees of the state of Kansas regarding

their respective claims.

Sec. 11.


BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation for

the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, established by section 80(a) of chap-

ter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of accountancy

fee fund is hereby increased from $187,915 to $189,663.

Sec. 12.


STATE BANK COMMISSIONER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified, all

moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund

or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law

shall not exceed the following:

Consumer education settlement fund

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002

No limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the consumer education

settlement fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, for consumer

education purposes, which may be in accordance with contracts for such

activities which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the state

bank commissioner or the deputy commissioner of the consumer and

mortgage lending division, as the case may require, and the entities con-

ducting such activities.

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003 No limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the consumer education

settlement fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for consumer

education purposes, which may be in accordance with contracts for such

activities which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the state

bank commissioner or the deputy commissioner of the consumer and

mortgage lending division, as the case may require, and the entities con-

ducting such activities.

(b) (1) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, on and after the

effective date of this act and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 9-

2209, 9-2218, 16a-2-302 and 16a-6-104 and amendments thereto or any

other statute, all moneys received under the Kansas mortgage business

act or the uniform consumer credit code for fines or settlements shall be

deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the consumer education

settlement fund.

(2) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, notwithstanding the

provisions of K.S.A. 9-2209, 9-2218, 16a-2-302 and 16a-6-104 and amend-

ments thereto or any other statute, all moneys received under the Kansas

mortgage business act or the uniform consumer credit code for fines or

settlements shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the

consumer education settlement fund.

(c) (1) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, one or more

transfers of moneys may be made from the bank commissioner fee fund

to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund of Wichita state

university pursuant to a contract which is hereby authorized to be entered

into by the deputy commissioner of the consumer and mortgage lending

division and the Kansas council on economic education of Wichita state

university to conduct a consumer credit education program: Provided,

however, That the total amount of such transfers for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 2002, shall not exceed $70,000.

(2) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, one or more transfers

of moneys may be made from the bank commissioner fee fund to the

appropriate account of the restricted fees fund of Wichita state university

pursuant to a contract which is hereby authorized to be entered into by

the deputy commissioner of the consumer and mortgage lending division

and the Kansas council on economic education of Wichita state university

to conduct a consumer credit education program: Provided, however,

That the total amount of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June

30, 2003, shall not exceed $70,000.

(d) (1) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation

established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 20(a) of

chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the bank commis-

sioner fee fund is hereby decreased from $5,309,201 to $5,257,221.

(2) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by subsection (d)(1) of

this section on the bank commissioner fee fund is hereby increased from

$5,257,221 to $5,344,457: Provided, That the additional $87,236 of ex-

penditure authority provided by this subsection (d)(2) shall be used only

for expenditures for salaries and wages, including associated employer

contributions, for the implementation of Executive Directive No. 01-313

relating to financial examiner salary upgrades.

(e) (1) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 20(b) of chapter 216 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the bank commissioner fee fund is hereby

increased from $5,524,886 to $5,582,304.

(2) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by subsection (e)(1) of this section on

the bank commissioner fee fund is hereby increased from $5,582,304 to

$5,708,966: Provided, That the additional $126,662 of expenditure au-

thority provided by this subsection (e)(2) shall be used only for expend-

itures for salaries and wages, including associated employer contributions,

for the implementation of Executive Directive No. 01- 313 relating to

financial examiner salary upgrades.

(f) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 81(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on expenditures from the bank

commissioner fee fund for official hospitality is hereby increased from

$500 to $2,000: Provided, That, within the aggregate limitation on ex-

penditures for official hospitality, expenditures from the bank commis-

sioner fee fund for fiscal year 2002 for official hospitality for the division

of consumer and mortgage lending shall not exceed $1,000 and for official

hospitality for the division of banking shall not exceed $1,000.

(g) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 81(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the expenditures from the bank com-

missioner fee fund for official hospitality is hereby increased from $500

to $2,000: Provided, That, within the aggregate limitation on expenditures

for official hospitality, expenditures from the bank commissioner fee fund

for fiscal year 2003 for official hospitality for the division of consumer and

mortgage lending shall not exceed $1,000 and for official hospitality for

the division of banking shall not exceed $1,000.

(h) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$500,000 from the bank commissioner fee fund of the state bank com-

missioner to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount trans-

ferred from the bank commissioner fee fund of the state bank commis-

sioner to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse

the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll,

personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

Sec. 13.


KANSAS BOARD OF BARBERING

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 82(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of barbering fee

fund is hereby increased from $127,066 to $130,066.

(b) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 82(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of barbering fee fund is hereby

increased from $131,177 to $132,390.

Sec. 14.


BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES REGULATORY BOARD

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 83(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the behavioral sciences regulatory board

fee fund is hereby increased from $512,945 to $517,271.

Sec. 15.


STATE BOARD OF HEALING ARTS

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 19(a) of chapter 216 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the healing arts fee fund is hereby in-

creased from $1,978,604 to $1,993,350.

(b) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the

healing arts fee fund to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount

transferred from the healing arts fee fund of the state board of healing

arts to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse

the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll,

personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

Sec. 16.


KANSAS STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 85(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the cosmetology fee fund is

hereby increased from $698,184 to $702,088.

(b) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 85(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the cosmetology fee fund is hereby in-

creased from $726,378 to $735,704.

Sec. 17.


KANSAS DENTAL BOARD

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 87(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the dental board fee fund is hereby

increased from $327,208 to $328,839.

Sec. 18.


STATE DEPARTMENT OF CREDIT UNIONS

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 86(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the credit union fee fund is hereby

increased from $888,217 to $896,620.

Sec. 19.


STATE BOARD OF MORTUARY ARTS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 88(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the mortuary arts fee fund is

hereby increased from $206,283 to $213,541.

(b) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 88(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the mortuary arts fee fund is hereby

increased from $214,222 to $216,514.

Sec. 20.


BOARD OF NURSING

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 90(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of nursing fee fund

is hereby decreased from $1,426,346 to $1,424,287.

(b) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 90(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of nursing fee fund is hereby

increased from $1,383,705 to $1,397,017.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the above agency

may make expenditures from the board of nursing fee fund for moving

expenses and other expenditures associated with moving the board office,

including office furniture and telephones: Provided, That all expenditures

for moving expenses and other expenditures associated with moving the

board office, including office furniture and telephones, shall be in addi-

tion to any expenditure limitation established for the board of nursing fee

fund for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That all expenditures for

moving expenses and other expenditures associated with moving the

board office, including office furniture and telephones, from the board

of nursing fee fund for fiscal year 2003 shall not exceed $100,000.

Sec. 21.


BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 91(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the optometry fee fund is hereby in-

creased from $84,630 to $85,305.

Sec. 22.


STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(a) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the state board of pharmacy from the state board of pharmacy

fee fund for fiscal year 2002 as authorized by section 92(a) of chapter 144

of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas, expenditures may be made by the

above agency from the state board of pharmacy fee fund for fiscal year

2002 for official hospitality: Provided, That expenditures from the state

board of pharmacy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, for

official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the state board of pharmacy from the state board of pharmacy

fee fund for fiscal year 2003 as authorized by section 92(a) of chapter 144

of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas, expenditures may be made by the

above agency from the state board of pharmacy fee fund for fiscal year

2003 for official hospitality: Provided, That expenditures from the state

board of pharmacy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for

official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

(c) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 92(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the state board of pharmacy fee fund is

hereby increased from $566,462 to $571,321.

Sec. 23.


REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BOARD

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 93(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the appraiser fee fund is hereby increased

from $254,104 to $256,455.

Sec. 24.


KANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 94(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the real estate fee fund is

hereby increased from $648,459 to $670,112.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 94(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the real estate fee fund is

hereby increased from $668,570 to $714,473.

Sec. 25.


OFFICE OF THE SECURITIES COMMISSIONER OF KANSAS

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 95(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the securities act fee fund is hereby

increased from $2,067,598 to $2,113,020.

Sec. 26.


STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL PROFESSIONS

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 96(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the technical professions fee fund is

hereby increased from $550,711 to $555,193.

Sec. 27.


STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS

(a) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 97(a) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the veterinary examiners fee fund is

hereby increased from $268,889 to $270,992.

Sec. 28.


GOVERNMENTAL ETHICS COMMISSION

(a) There is hereby appropriated for the above agency from the state

general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$5,891

(b) On July 1, 2002, the expenditure limitation established for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by section 98(b) of chapter 144 of the

2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the governmental ethics commission fee

fund is hereby increased from $116,326 to $117,126.

Sec. 29.


SECRETARY OF STATE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Democracy fundNo limit

Sec. 30.


INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

(a) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys

are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $711,500

from the insurance department service regulation fund to the state gen-

eral fund: Provided, That the transfer of such amount shall be in addition

to any other transfer from the insurance department service regulation

fund to the state general fund as prescribed by law: Provided further,

That the amount transferred from the insurance department service reg-

ulation fund to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to

reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, le-

gal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other govern-

mental services which are performed on behalf of the insurance depart-

ment by other state agencies which receive appropriations from the state

general fund to provide such services.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 109(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

on the insurance department service regulation fund is hereby decreased

from $7,416,497 to $7,160,753.

Sec. 31.


HEALTH CARE STABILIZATION FUND

BOARD OF GOVERNORS


(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 110(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the operating expenditures account of the health care stabilization

fund is hereby decreased from $934,022 to $919,877.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 110(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of

Kansas on the expenditures for official hospitality from the operating ex-

penditures account of the health care stabilization fund is hereby in-

creased from $300 to $400.

Sec. 32.


STATE BOARD OF INDIGENTS' DEFENSE SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

Operating expenditures$375,000

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $13,044,016 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

112(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures account, the sum of $30,673

is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,373,690 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

112(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the capital defense operations account, the sum of $6,376

is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 33.


CITIZENS' UTILITY RATEPAYER BOARD

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 117(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the utility regulatory fee fund

is hereby increased from $555,019 to $606,186: Provided, That of the

amount of additional expenditures authorized by the expenditure limi-

tation increase prescribed by this subsection, no portion of such increased

expenditure authority for fiscal year 2002 shall be the basis for any amount

being transferred into a Kansas savings incentive program account or

KSIP account under the Kansas savings incentive program pursuant to

section 166 of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas or any

other Kansas savings incentive program section in this or other appro-

priation act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature: Provided, how-

ever, That, if the total amount of additional expenditures authorized by

the expenditure limitation increase prescribed by this subsection are not

expended or encumbered for fiscal year 2002, then an amount equal to

the amount of such increased expenditure authority for fiscal year 2002

remaining may be expended from the utility regulatory fee fund for fiscal

year 2003 pursuant to contracts for professional services and any such

expenditures for fiscal year 2003 shall be in addition to any expenditure

limitation imposed on the utility regulatory fee fund for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 2003.

Sec. 34.


DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $129,253 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

118(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the policy analysis initiatives account, the sum of $125,252

is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $500,000 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

118(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the public TV digital conversion debt service account, the

sum of $90,000 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $103,362 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 62(a)

of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general

fund in the judicial center improvements--debt service account, the sum

of $78,362 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,485,322 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

62(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the energy conservation improvements--debt service ac-

count, the sum of $11,221 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in

excess of $50,000 in each of the following accounts of the state buildings

depreciation fund is hereby lapsed: Docking fire suppression system in-

stallation; Landon fire suppression system installation.

(f) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in

excess of $30,000 in each of the following accounts of the state buildings

depreciation fund is hereby lapsed: Landon security improvements.

(g) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in

each of the following accounts of the state buildings depreciation fund is

hereby lapsed: Docking roof drainline replacement; convert chillers to

HCFC refrigerants; replace switching gear--Docking office building; re-

place roof of Forbes building #740; Landon south economizer installation;

Docking heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system renovations;

capitol complex steam distribution.

Sec. 35.


DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $32,604,204 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

120(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures account, the sum of $750,000

is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 120(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the electronic databases fee fund is hereby increased from

$4,655,772 to $5,405,772.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer $451,301.88 from the automated tax systems fund

of the department of revenue to the state general fund: Provided, That

the amount transferred from the automated tax systems fund of the de-

partment of revenue to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection

is to reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting,

legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other govern-

mental services which are performed on behalf of the state agency in-

volved by other state agencies which receive appropriations from the state

general fund to provide such services.

Sec. 36.


KANSAS LOTTERY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 121(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

on the lottery operating fund is hereby decreased from $9,257,161 to

$8,424,267.

Sec. 37.


KANSAS RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 122(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

on the state racing fund is hereby decreased from $3,188,533 to

$3,118,575.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall reduce the expenditure limitation for the KSIP account of

the state racing fund from $491,145.44 to $80,000.

Sec. 38.


DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND HOUSING

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $540,000 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

16(b) of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

economic development initiatives fund in the agriculture products de-

velopment account, the sum of $5,000 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 39.


KANSAS, INC.

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $343,267 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 17(a)

of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund in the operations (including official

hospitality) account, the sum of $1,604 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 40.


KANSAS TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE CORPORATION

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,240,745 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

18(a) of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

economic development initiatives fund in the operations (including offi-

cial hospitality) account, the sum of $46,666 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 41.


KANSAS COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer $65,803 from the operating expenditures--veterans

affairs account of the state general fund to the operating expenditures--

Kansas soldiers' home account of the state general fund.

Sec. 42.


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year or years specified, the following:

AIDS medications

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002

$400,000
Provided, That expenditures made from the AIDS medications account

shall be used to maximize federal dollars for AIDS drug purchases.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

GIS fundNo limit

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $406,900 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

128(c) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

water plan fund in the TMDL initiatives and use attainability analysis

account, the sum of $853 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 43.


DEPARTMENT ON AGING

(a) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer all moneys in the HCBS programs fund--depart-

ment of social and rehabilitation services of the department of social and

rehabilitation services to the HCBS programs fund--department on aging

of the department on aging.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Non--government grant fundNo limit
Intergovernmental transfer administration fundNo limit

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $134,903,477 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

129(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the long term care account, the sum of $808,190 is hereby

lapsed.

Sec. 44.


DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND REHABILITATION SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

State operations $2,339,646
Alcohol and drug abuse services grants$112,954
Other medical assistance$27,702,319
Mental health and retardation services aid

and assistance

$211,753
Youth services aid and assistance$7,647,755
Vocational rehabilitation aid and assistance$116,379
Sex predator program$580,022
Children's health insurance$2,948,829

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $51,621,778 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the cash assistance account, the sum of $475,987 is hereby

lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $36,834,437 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the community based services account, the sum of

$322,167 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the social welfare fund is hereby increased from $50,689,197 to

$52,374,336.

(e) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the alcohol and drug abuse block grant federal fund is hereby

increased from $11,193,076 to $11,808,395.

(f) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the child welfare services block grant federal fund is hereby de-

creased from $5,471,777 to $5,404,870.

(g) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the social services block grant--federal fund is hereby decreased

from $23,044,036 to $22,716,668.

(h) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the mental health block grant federal fund is hereby increased

from $2,763,991 to $3,385,958.

(i) On the effective date of this act, the position limitation established

by section 29(g) of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas for

the department of social and rehabilitation services is hereby increased

from 3,986.1 to 4,050.5.

(j) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and reports

shall transfer all moneys in the Winfield properties special revenue fund

to the social welfare fund. On the effective date of this act, all liabilities

of Winfield properties special revenue fund are hereby transferred to and

imposed on the social welfare fund and the Winfield properties special

revenue fund is hereby abolished.

(k) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the title XIX fund is hereby increased from $62,391,895 to

$63,129,269.

(l) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the Kansas neurological institute fee fund is hereby increased from

$984,781 to $1,044,781.

(m) On the effective date of this act, of the $9,398,466 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the Kansas neurological institute--operating expenditures

account, the sum of $53,980 is hereby lapsed.

(n) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the Larned state hospital fee fund is hereby decreased from

$2,747,653 to $1,877,905.

(o) On the effective date of this act, of the $9,716,548 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the Larned state hospital--operating expenditures ac-

count, the sum of $93,547 is hereby lapsed.

(p) On the effective date of this act, the position limitation established

by section 165(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas for

the Larned State Hospital is hereby decreased from 744.8 to 725.8.

(q) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the Osawatomie state hospital fee fund is hereby decreased from

$3,245,715 to $2,965,715.

(r) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,592,630 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the Osawatomie state hospital--operating expenditures

account, the sum of $53,962 is hereby lapsed.

(s) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund is hereby

decreased from $997,177 to $937,177.

(t) On the effective date of this act, the position limitation established

by section 165(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas for

the Parsons state hospital and training center is hereby increased from

513.0 to 513.5.

(u) On the effective date of this act, of the $6,201,974 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the Parsons state hospital and training center--operating

expenditures account, the sum of $53,993 is hereby lapsed.

(v) On the effective date of this act, of the $740,473 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the Rainbow mental health facility--operating expendi-

tures account, the sum of $307,372 is hereby lapsed.

(w) On the effective date of this act, the position limitation estab-

lished by section 165(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

for the Rainbow mental health facility is hereby decreased from 132.4 to

126.8.

(x) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 130(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the Rainbow mental health facility fee fund is hereby decreased

from $761,965 to $696,478.

(y) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Health committee insurance fundNo limit

(z) On the effective date of this act, of the $58,603,619 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

130(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the youth services aid and assistance account, the sum of

$1,659,775 is hereby lapsed.

(aa) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

HealthWave$413,374

Sec. 45.


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

Supplemental general state aid$21,485,000
Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$105,000
General state aid$2,212,000
KPERS--employer contributions$7,985,026

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,804,013,000 appropri-

ated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by

section 132(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from

the state general fund in the general state aid account, the sum of $88,883

is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $256,390,000 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

132(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the special education services aid account, the sum of

$13,704,589 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,667,000 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

132(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the parent education program account, the sum of

$375,000 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 46.


KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 137(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the microfilm fees fund is hereby increased from $50,000 to

$60,000.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 137(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on expenditures for state operations from the heritage trust fund is

hereby increased from $92,650 to $106,491.

Sec. 47.


KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $103,806,622 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

139(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality)

account, the sum of $470,000 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 48.


DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

Treatment and programs$616,705
Facilities operations$876,779

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3731, and amend-

ments thereto, or of any other statute, expenditures are authorized to be

made by the secretary of corrections during fiscal year 2002 for payment

from the local jail payments account of the state general fund for costs

pursuant to subsection (b) of K.S.A. 19-1930, and amendments thereto,

regardless of when the services were rendered, when the expenses were

incurred or when the claim was submitted or processed for payment and

regardless of whether or not the services were rendered or the expenses

were incurred prior to the effective date of this act.

Sec. 49.


JUVENILE JUSTICE AUTHORITY

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,159,427 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

78(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

institutions building fund in the debt service--Topeka complex and Lar-

ned juvenile correctional facility account, the sum of $7,389 is hereby

lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the amount of the $712,612

appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

by section 78(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from

the state institutions building fund in the capital improvements--reha-

bilitation, remodeling, renovation and repair of juvenile correctional fa-

cilities account that was transferred by the commissioner of juvenile jus-

tice to the Atchison juvenile correctional facility capital improvements--

rehabilitation, remodeling, renovation and repair account of the state in-

stitutions building fund, the sum of $2,550 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 50.


ADJUTANT GENERAL

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,549,979 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

150(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures account, the sum of $8,758 is

hereby lapsed.

Sec. 51.


ATTORNEY GENERAL--KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $12,462,791 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

154(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures account, the sum of $56,051

is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 52.


KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 158(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the fertilizer fee fund is hereby increased from $546,921 to

$588,661.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 158(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the egg fee fund is hereby increased from $87,385 to $108,731.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 158(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the petroleum inspection fee fund is hereby increased from

$582,731 to $694,031.

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Specialty crop block grant--federal fund$710,000

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the secretary of the

Kansas department of agriculture, with the approval of the director of the

budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year

2002 from the state water plan fund of the Kansas department of agri-

culture to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2002 from the

state water plan fund of the Kansas department of agriculture.

Sec. 53.


STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Buffer participation incentive fundNo limit
Environmental improvement incentives fundNo limit

(b) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys

are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $150,000

from the wildlife fee fund of the department of wildlife and parks to the

buffer participation incentive fund of the state conservation commission.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 161(c) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

on the state water plan--riparian and wetland program is hereby in-

creased from $250,000 to $310,000.

Sec. 54.


KANSAS WATER OFFICE

(a) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer $250,000 from the state water plan fund to the state

general fund.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 162(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the state conservation storage water supply fund is hereby in-

creased from $0 to $706,005.

Sec. 55.


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 164(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the agency operations account of the state highway fund is hereby

decreased from $216,874,370 to $216,799,442.

(b) On April 1, 2002, or on the effective date of this act, whichever

is later, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $26,500,000

from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the

state general fund.

Sec. 56. (a) On or after the effective date of this act and during the

fiscal years ending June 30, 2002, and June 30, 2003, the director of

accounts and reports shall not make any transfer directed to be made by

either subsection (f)(2) of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-4265 and amendments

thereto or by section 59 of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

from the intergovernmental transfer fund of the department on aging to

the senior services trust fund established by K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-4266

and amendments thereto.

(b) Commencing on the effective date of this act, or as soon as mon-

eys are available therefor, during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002,

and June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer all

amounts of money that would have been directed by subsection (f)(2) of

K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-4265 and amendments thereto to be transferred

from the intergovernmental transfer fund of the department on aging to

the senior services trust fund, established by K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-4266

and amendments thereto, on the dates when such transfers would have

been made under such statute, in accordance with and subject to the

following: (1) All such amounts of money shall be transferred to either

the SRS--IGT fund of the department of social and rehabilitation serv-

ices or to the aging--IGT fund of the department on aging; and (2) of

the amount transferred from the intergovernmental transfer fund of the

department on aging, on each date that such a transfer is made pursuant

to this section, 86.27% shall be transferred to the SRS--IGT fund of the

department of social and rehabilitation services and 13.73% shall be trans-

ferred to the aging--IGT fund of the department on aging.

Sec. 57.


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 126(b) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kan-

sas on the payment of debt service on revenue bonds issued to finance

remodeling of the 401 S. Topeka building account of the special employ-

ment security fund is hereby decreased from $250,862 to $0.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer $159,140 from the special employment security fund

to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from

the special employment security fund of the department of human re-

sources to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reim-

burse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal,

payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental

services which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by

other state agencies which receive appropriations from the state general

fund to provide such services.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,151,838 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

126(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operating expenditures account, the sum of $200,000

is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 58.


KANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished by section 114(c) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas

on the agency operations account of the non- retirement administration

fund is hereby decreased from $255,000 to $187,590.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $32,000 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 9(c)

of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general

fund in the annual payment for KSRS actuarial liability account, the sum

of $21,344 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer all moneys in the special 2003 death and disability

plan employer contribution fund to the state general fund. On the effec-

tive date of this act, all liabilities of the special 2003 death and disability

plan employer contribution fund are hereby transferred to and imposed

on the state general fund.

Sec. 59.


STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

(a) There is hereby appropriated for the above agency from the fol-

lowing special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2002, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in

such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds author-

ized by law shall not exceed the following:

KAN-ED fundNo limit
ROTC service scholarship program fundNo limit
ROTC service scholarship repayment fundNo limit

Sec. 60.


WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys

are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $30,000

from the general fees fund to the education opportunity grant--federal

fund.

Sec. 61.


UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER

(a) On the effective date of this act, the $1,000,000 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 42(c)

of chapter 216 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the children's

initiatives fund in the pediatric biomedical research account is hereby

lapsed.

Sec. 62.


STATE LIBRARY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation estab-

lished for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section 133(a) of chapter

144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas on the amount of moneys ap-

propriated in the grants to libraries and library systems account of the

state general fund to be distributed as grants-in-aid to libraries in accord-

ance with K.S.A. 75-2555, and amendments thereto, is hereby increased

from $2,569,665 to $2,819,665.

Sec. 63.


STATE FAIR BOARD

(a) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys

are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $300,000

from the state fair capital improvements fund to the state fair fee fund.

Sec. 64.


JUDICIAL BRANCH

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, the following:

Judicial operations$600,000

Sec. 65.


OMBUDSMAN OF CORRECTIONS

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $166,700 appropriated for

the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

157(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the adult corrections oversight account, the sum of $7,444

is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 66.


LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Legislative coordinating council--operations$555,917
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the legislative coordinating

council--operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Legislative research department--operations$2,309,884
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the legislative research de-

partment--operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Office of revisor of statutes--operations$2,344,465
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the office of revisor of

statutes--operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) Any unencumbered balance in the legislative coordinating coun-

cil--KPERS actuarial audit account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Sec. 67.


LEGISLATURE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operations (including official hospitality)$12,248,431
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations (including

official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures

may be made from this account, pursuant to vouchers approved by the

chairperson or vice-chairperson of the legislative coordinating council, to

pay compensation and travel expenses and subsistence expenses or allow-

ances as authorized by K.S.A. 75-3212 and amendments thereto for mem-

bers and associate members of the advisory committee to the Kansas

commission on interstate cooperation established under K.S.A. 46-407a

and amendments thereto for attendance at meetings of the advisory com-

mittee which are authorized by the legislative coordinating council, except

that (1) the legislative coordinating council may establish restrictions or

limitations, or both, on travel expenses, subsistence expenses or allow-

ances, or any combination thereof, paid to members and associate mem-

bers of such advisory committee, and (2) any person who is an associate

member of such advisory committee, by reason of such person having

been accredited by the national conference of commissioners on uniform

state laws as a life member of that organization, shall receive the same

travel expenses and subsistence expenses for attendance at meetings of

the advisory committee as a regular member, but shall receive no per

diem compensation: And provided further, That expenditures may be

made from this account for services, facilities and supplies provided for

legislators in addition to those provided under the approved budget and

for related copying, facsimile transmission and other services provided to

persons other than legislators, in accordance with policies and any restric-

tions or limitations prescribed by the legislative coordinating council: And

provided further, That expenditures shall be made from this account in

the amount of $22,909 to reimburse the secretary of state for costs as-

sociated with the redistricting support services contract: And provided

further, That no expenditures shall be made for the legislative compen-

sation commission as provided in K.S.A. 46-3101 and amendments

thereto.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Legislative special revenue fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the legislative special

revenue fund, pursuant to vouchers approved by the chairperson or the

vice-chairperson of the legislative coordinating council, to pay compen-

sation and travel expenses and subsistence expenses or allowances as au-

thorized by K.S.A. 75-3212 and amendments thereto for members and

associate members of the advisory committee to the Kansas commission

on interstate cooperation established under K.S.A. 46-407a and amend-

ments thereto for attendance at meetings of the advisory committee

which are authorized by the legislative coordinating council, except that

(1) the legislative coordinating council may establish restrictions or limi-

tations, or both, on travel expenses, subsistence expenses or allowances,

or any combination thereof, paid to members and associate members of

such advisory committee, and (2) any person who is an associate member

of such advisory committee, by reason of such person having been ac-

credited by the national conference of commissioners on uniform state

laws as a life member of that organization, shall receive the same travel

expenses and subsistence expenses for attendance at meetings of the ad-

visory committee as a regular member, but shall receive no per diem

compensation: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from

this fund for services, facilities and supplies provided for legislators in

addition to those provided under the approved budget and for related

copying, facsimile transmission and other services provided to persons

other than legislators, in accordance with policies and any restrictions or

limitations prescribed by the legislative coordinating council: And pro-

vided further, That amounts are hereby authorized to be collected for

such services, facilities and supplies in accordance with policies of the

council: And provided further, That such amounts shall be fixed in order

to recover all or part of the expenses incurred for providing such services,

facilities and supplies and shall be consistent with policies and fees estab-

lished in accordance with K.S.A. 46-1207a and amendments thereto: And

provided further, That all such amounts received shall be deposited in

the state treasury to the credit of the legislative special revenue fund: And

provided further, That all donations, gifts or bequests of money for the

legislative branch of government which are received and accepted by the

legislative coordinating council shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to an account of the legislative special revenue fund.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $12,267,664 appropriated

for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, by section

102(a) of chapter 144 of the 2001 Session Laws of Kansas from the state

general fund in the operations (including official hospitality) account, the

sum of $100,000 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 68.


DIVISION OF POST AUDIT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operations (including legislative post audit committee)$1,764,535
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations (including

legislative post audit committee) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Audit services fundNo limit
Provided, That the division of post audit is hereby authorized to fix, charge

and collect fees for copies of public records of the division, including

distribution of such copies: Provided further, That such fees shall be fixed

to recover all or part of the expenses incurred for reproducing and dis-

tributing such copies and shall be consistent with policies and fees estab-

lished in accordance with K.S.A. 46-1207a and amendments thereto: And

provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall be depos-

ited in the state treasury to the credit of the audit services fund: And

provided further, That all moneys received by the division of post audit

during fiscal year 2003 from the department of social and rehabilitation

services under the contract entered into by the post auditor and the sec-

retary of social and rehabilitation services pursuant to section 71(a) of

chapter 292 of the 1993 Session Laws of Kansas to reimburse all or part

of the operating services incurred by the division of post audit for the

performance audit related to a settlement agreement regarding Sheila A.,

et al. v. Joan Finney, et al., Case No. 89-CV-33, Shawnee County District

Court, shall be credited to the audit services fund.

Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
State agency audits fundNo limit

Sec. 69.


GOVERNOR'S DEPARTMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Governor's department$1,741,380
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the governor's department

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures may be made

from this account for contingencies without limitation at the discretion

of the governor: And provided further, That expenditures shall be made

from this account for gubernatorial transition expenditures: And provided

further, That expenditures made for gubernatorial transition expenditures

shall not exceed $150,000.

(b) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for travel ex-

penses of the governor's spouse when accompanying the governor or

when representing the governor on official state business, for travel and

subsistence expenditures for security personnel when traveling with the

governor and for entertainment of officials and other persons as guests

from the amount appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

by subsection (a) from the state general fund in the governor's depart-

ment account.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Special programs fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the special programs

fund for operating expenditures for the governor's department, including

conferences and official hospitality: Provided further, That the governor

is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such conferences:

And provided further, That fees for such conferences shall be fixed in

order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such

conferences, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all

fees received for such conferences and all fees received by the governor's

department under the open records act for providing access to or fur-

nishing copies of public records, shall be credited to this fund.

Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit

Sec. 70.


LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operations$124,569
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations account in

excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

(b) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for travel ex-

penses of the lieutenant governor's spouse when accompanying the lieu-

tenant governor on official state business and for travel and subsistence

expenditures for security personnel when traveling with the lieutenant

governor on official state business from the amount appropriated by sub-

section (a) from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, in the operations account.

(c) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for official hos-

pitality from the amount appropriated by subsection (a) from the state

general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, in the operations

account, except that such expenditures shall not exceed $2,000.

Sec. 71.


ATTORNEY GENERAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$3,894,982
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures from this account

for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,200.

Litigation costs$53,843
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the litigation costs account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Operating expenditures relating to interstate water rightsregarding the Republican river and its tributaries$753,959
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the operating expenditures relating to interstate water rights

regarding the Republican river and its tributaries account is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Court cost fundNo limit
Bond transcript review fee fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Attorney general's antitrust special revenue fundNo limit
Private gifts fundNo limit
Medicaid fraud reimbursement fundNo limit
Attorney general's antitrust suspense fundNo limit
Attorney general's consumer protection clearing fundNo limit
Attorney general's committee on crime prevention feefundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the attorney general's

committee on crime prevention fee fund for operating expenditures di-

rectly or indirectly related to conducting training seminars organized by

the attorney general's committee on crime prevention, including official

hospitality: Provided further, That the attorney general is hereby author-

ized to fix, charge and collect fees for conducting training seminars or-

ganized by the attorney general's committee on crime prevention: And

provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or

part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred for conducting

such seminars, including official hospitality: And provided further, That

all fees received for conducting such seminars shall be deposited in the

state treasury and credited to this fund.

Tort claims fundNo limit
Crime victims compensation fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the crime victims compensation fund

for state operations shall not exceed $297,749: Provided further, That any

expenditures for payment of compensation to crime victims are author-

ized to be made from this fund regardless of when the claim was awarded.

Child exchange and visitation fundNo limit
Federal preventive health and health services block grantfundNo limit
Crime victims assistance fundNo limit
Protection from abuse fundNo limit
Drug free schools and communities fundNo limit
Victims of crime act--federal fundNo limit
Victims of crime assistance act--federal fundNo limit
Family violence prevention and services fund--federalNo limit
Violence against women grant fundNo limit
Crime victims grants and gifts fundNo limit
Provided, That all private grants and gifts received by the crime victims

compensation board shall be deposited to the credit of the crime victims

grants and gifts fund.

Attorney general's medicaid fraud control fundNo limit
Other federal grants and reimbursement fund No limit
Debt collection administration cost recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That the attorney general shall deposit in the state treasury to

the credit of the debt collection administration cost recovery fund all

moneys remitted to the attorney general as administrative costs under

contracts entered into pursuant to K.S.A. 75-719 and amendments

thereto: Provided further, That the attorney general shall authorize the

director of accounts and reports to transfer $30,000 from this fund to the

state general fund at such time as receipts to this fund are sufficient to

sustain expenditures for administering and monitoring such contracts as

well as to repay the state general fund for money advanced for such

purpose: And provided further, That, upon receipt of such authorization,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $30,000 from the debt

collection administration cost recovery fund to the state general fund.

Medicaid fraud prosecution revolving fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys recovered by the medicaid fraud and abuse

division of the attorney general's office in the enforcement of state and

federal law which are in excess of any restitution for overcharges and

interest, including all moneys recovered as recoupment of expenses of

investigation and prosecution, shall be deposited in the state treasury to

the credit of the medicaid fraud prosecution revolving fund.

Interstate water litigation fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit

(c) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and

reports is hereby authorized to transfer an amount certified by the attor-

ney general of not to exceed $100,000 from the crime victims compen-

sation fund to the crime victims assistance fund.

Sec. 72.


SECRETARY OF STATE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$1,749,331
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

to the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2003: Provided fur-

ther, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not

exceed $2,500.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Cemetery and funeral audit fee fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Information and copy service fee fundNo limit
State register fee fundNo limit
Uniform commercial code fee fundNo limit
State flag and banner fundNo limit
Secretary of state fee refund fundNo limit
Electronic voting machine examination fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Prepaid services fundNo limit
Athlete agent registration fee fundNo limit
Franchise fee recovery fundNo limit
Democracy fundNo limit

(c) During each month of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the

secretary of state shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the

amount equal to the product of $1 multiplied by the number of annual

reports received by the secretary of state during the preceding month

from professional corporations, domestic or foreign corporations, corpo-

rations organized not for profit, domestic or foreign limited liability com-

panies, domestic or foreign limited partnerships or any other entities pur-

suant to statute, which include the receipt of an annual franchise tax or

privilege fee. Upon receipt of each such certification, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer an amount equal to the amount certified

from the state general fund to the franchise fee recovery fund of the

secretary of state.

Sec. 73.


STATE TREASURER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$1,201,480
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures from this account

for official hospitality shall not exceed $750.

Banking services$338,557

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Fiscal agency fundNo limit
Bond services fee fundNo limit
City bond finance fundNo limit
Taylor grazing fees--federal fundNo limit
Local ad valorem tax reduction fundNo limit
County and city revenue sharing fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
County and city retailers' sales tax fundNo limit
County and city compensating use tax fundNo limit
Local alcoholic liquor fundNo limit
Local alcoholic liquor equalization fundNo limit
Unclaimed property claims fundNo limit
Unclaimed property expense fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the unclaimed property expense fund

for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

County and city transient guest tax fundNo limit
Road and schools--10 U.S.C. 2655 federal fundNo limit
Racing admissions tax fundNo limit
Rental motor vehicle excise tax fundNo limit
Metropolitan culture district retailers' sales tax fundNo limit
Redevelopment bond fundNo limit
Kansas World War II memorial fundNo limit
Services reimbursement fundNo limit
Municipal investment pool fundNo limit
Pooled money investment portfolio fee fundNo limit
Provided, That on or before the fifth day of each month of the fiscal year

ending June 30, 2003, the state treasurer shall certify to the pooled money

investment board an accounting of the banking fees incurred by the state

treasurer during the second preceding month that are attributable to the

investment of the pooled money investment portfolio during such month:

Provided further, That prior to the 10th day of each month during the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the pooled money investment board

shall review the certification from the state treasurer and shall make ex-

penditures from the pooled money investment portfolio fee fund to pay

the amount of banking fees incurred by the state treasurer during the

second preceding month that are attributable to the investment of the

pooled money investment portfolio during the second preceding month,

as determined by the pooled money investment board.

Kansas postsecondary education savings program trustfundNo limit
Kansas postsecondary education savings program expensefundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Tax increment financing revenue replacement fundNo limit

Sec. 74.


INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Insurance department service regulation fund$7,632,083
Provided, That expenditures from the insurance department service reg-

ulation fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000: Provided fur-

ther, That any transfers from this fund to the insurance building principal

and interest payment fund or the insurance department rehabilitation and

repair fund of the department of insurance shall be in addition to any

expenditure limitation imposed on this fund.

Insurance company examination fundNo limit
Insurance company annual statement examination fundNo limit
Insurance company examiner training fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Commissioner's travel reimbursement fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the commissioner's travel

reimbursement fund only to reimburse the commissioner of insurance,

or any designated employee, for expenses incurred for in-state or out-of-

state travel for official purposes, including travel to meetings of public or

private associations: Provided further, That all moneys received by the

commissioner of insurance for such travel from any non-state agency

source shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of this fund.

Workers compensation fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the workers compensation fund for

attorney fees and other costs and benefit payments may be made regard-

less of when services were rendered or when the initial award of benefits

was made.

State firefighters relief fundNo limit
Insurance company tax and fee refund fundNo limit
Group-funded workers' compensation pools fee fundNo limit
Municipal group-funded pools fee fundNo limit
Uninsurable health insurance plan fundNo limit
Senior health insurance counseling for Kansans fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the senior health insurance counseling

for Kansans fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

Insurance education and training fund No limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the insurance education

and training fund for training programs and official hospitality: Provided

further, That the insurance commissioner is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for such training programs: And provided further,

That fees for such training programs shall be fixed in order to collect all

or part of the operating expenses incurred for such training programs,

including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received

for such training programs shall be deposited in the state treasury and

credited to this fund.

Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year

2003, other than moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act

of the 2002 regular session of the legislature.

(b) On October 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $750,000 from the

insurance department service regulation fund to the state general fund:

Provided, That the transfer of such amount shall be in addition to any

other transfer from the insurance department service regulation fund to

the state general fund pursuant to this subsection and is to reimburse the

state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, per-

sonnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

(c) On July 1, 2002, the federal grants fund of the insurance depart-

ment is hereby redesignated as the other federal grants fund of the in-

surance department.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $7,000,000 from the

workers compensation fund of the insurance department to the state gen-

eral fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the workers com-

pensation fund of the insurance department to the state general fund

pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund for

accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing

services and any other governmental services which are performed on

behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies which receive

appropriations from the state general fund to provide such services: Pro-

vided further, That the commissioner of insurance shall prepare and sub-

mit a workers compensation fund cash-flow analysis to the house com-

mittee on appropriations and the senate committee on ways and means

in January, 2003.

Sec. 75.


HEALTH CARE STABILIZATION FUND

BOARD OF GOVERNORS


(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Health care stabilization fundNo limit

(b) Expenditures from the health care stabilization fund for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 2003, other than refunds authorized by law for the

following specified purposes shall not exceed the limitations prescribed

therefor as follows:

Operating expenditures$950,529
Provided, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for

official hospitality shall not exceed $400.

Fees--legal and professional servicesNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the fees--legal and professional serv-

ices account for attorney fees and other professional service fees may be

made regardless of when services were rendered or when the judgment

or settlement was made.

Claims and benefitsNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the claims and benefits account for

claim and benefit payments may be made regardless of when services

were rendered or when the judgment or settlement was made.

Sec. 76.


JUDICIAL COUNCIL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$199,721
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That no expenditures shall be made

from this account for any study requested by one or more members of

the legislature unless the study request was submitted in writing to the

legislative coordinating council and the study request was approved by

the legislative coordinating council prior to the study request being sub-

mitted to the judicial council: And provided further, That such limitation

shall not apply to any study requested by a standing committee of either

house of the legislature or any legislative committee established by stat-

ute.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Grants and gifts fundNo limit
Provided, That all private grants and gifts and federal grants received by

the judicial council, other than moneys received as grants, gifts or dona-

tions for the preparation, publication or distribution of legal publications,

shall be deposited to the credit of the grants and gifts fund.

Publications fee fundNo limit
Provided, That the judicial council is hereby authorized to fix, charge and

collect fees for sale and distribution of legal publications in order to re-

cover direct and indirect costs incurred for preparation, publication and

distribution of legal publications: Provided further, That such fees may

be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs: And provided further,

That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state

treasury and credited to the publications fee fund: And provided further,

That all moneys received as gifts, grants or donations for the preparation,

publication or distribution of legal publications shall be deposited in the

state treasury to the credit of the publications fee fund: And provided

further, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 20-

2207, expenditures are authorized to be made from the publications fee

fund for operating expenses that are not related to publications activities.

(c) On June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall trans-

fer the amount of any unencumbered balance in the publications fee fund

as of June 30, 2003, in excess of $175,000 from the publications fee fund

to the state general fund.

Sec. 77.


STATE BOARD OF INDIGENTS' DEFENSE SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$12,604,524
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the operating expenditures account is hereby reappropriated

to the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2003: Provided, how-

ever, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not ex-

ceed $90,000 except upon approval by the state finance council: Provided

further, That any expenditures for indigents' defense services are au-

thorized to be made from the operating expenditures account regardless

of when services were rendered: And provided further, That expenditures

may be made from the operating expenditures account for negotiated

contracts for malpractice insurance for public defenders and deputy or

assistant public defenders: And provided further, That all contracts for

malpractice insurance for public defenders and deputy or assistant public

defenders shall be negotiated and purchased by the state board of indi-

gents' defense services, shall not be subject to approval or purchase by

the committee on surety bonds and insurance under K.S.A. 75-4114 and

75-6111 and amendments thereto and shall not be subject to the provi-

sions of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto.

Capital defense operations$1,386,710
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the capital defense operations account is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Legal services for prisoners$372,215

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Indigents' defense services fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the indigents' defense

services fund for the purpose of assigned counsel and other professional

services related to contract cases.

Inservice education workshop fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the inservice education

workshop fee fund for operating expenditures, including official hospi-

tality, incurred for inservice workshops and conferences: Provided fur-

ther, That the state board of indigents' defense services is hereby au-

thorized to fix, charge and collect fees for inservice workshops and

conferences: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order

to recover all or part of such operating expenditures incurred for inservice

workshops and conferences: And provided further, That all fees received

for inservice workshops and conferences shall be deposited in the state

treasury and credited to the inservice education workshop fee fund.

Sec. 78.


JUDICIAL BRANCH

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Judiciary operations$81,079,774
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the judiciary operations

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That contracts for computer input

of judicial opinions under this appropriation shall be executed in the name

of the supreme court by the chief justice and may be interrelated with

contracts for the comprehensive legislative information system: And pro-

vided further, That all such contracts for computer input of judicial opin-

ions and all purchases thereunder shall not be subject to the provisions

of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto: And provided further, That

expenditures may be made from the judicial operations account for con-

tingencies without limitation at the discretion of the chief justice: And

provided further, That expenditures from the judicial operations account

for such contingencies shall not exceed $25,000: And provided further,

That expenditures from the judicial operations account for official hos-

pitality shall not exceed $4,000: And provided further, That expenditures

shall be made from the judicial operations account for the travel expenses

of panels of the court of appeals for travel to cities across the state to hear

appealed cases.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Library report fee fundNo limit
Judiciary technology fundNo limit
Judicial branch gifts fundNo limit
Dispute resolution fundNo limit
Judicial branch education fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the judicial branch ed-

ucation fund to provide services and programs for the purpose of edu-

cating and training judicial branch officers and employees, administering

the training, testing and education of municipal judges as provided in

K.S.A. 12-4114, and amendments thereto, education and training munic-

ipal judges and municipal court support staff, and for the planning and

implementation of a family court system, as provided by law, including

official hospitality: Provided further, That the judicial administrator is

hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such services and

programs: And provided further, That such fees may be fixed to cover all

or part of the operating expenditures incurred in providing such services

and programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That

all fees received for such services and programs, including official hos-

pitality, shall be credited to the judicial branch education fund.

Conversion of materials and equipment fund No limit
Child welfare federal grant fundNo limit
Child support enforcement contractual agreement fundNo limit
Bar admission fee fundNo limit
Permanent families account--family and children invest-ment fundNo limit
Duplicate law book fund No limit
Court reporter fundNo limit
Access to justice fundNo limit
Judicial technology and building and grounds fundNo limit
Judicial branch nonjudicial salary initiative fundNo limit

Sec. 79.


KANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Kansas public employees retirement fundNo limit
Provided, That no expenditures may be made from the Kansas public

employees retirement fund other than for benefits, investments, refunds

authorized by law, and other purposes specifically authorized by this or

other appropriation act.

Group insurance reserve fundNo limit
Optional death benefit plan reserve fundNo limit
Kansas endowment for youth fundNo limit
Senior services trust fundNo limit
Family and children endowment account--family and chil-dren investment fundNo limit
Non-retirement administration fundNo limit
Provided, That the executive officer of the Kansas public employees re-

tirement system shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the

amount of moneys to transfer from the Kansas endowment for youth

fund, the senior services trust fund, the family and children endowment

account--family and children investment fund, and the unclaimed prop-

erty account of the state general fund for the purpose of reimbursing the

costs of non-retirement related administrative activities and investment-

related expenses for managing such funds in accordance with K.S.A. 2001

Supp. 74-4909b, and amendments thereto.

(b) Expenditures may be made from the expense reserve of the Kan-

sas public employees retirement fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, for the following specified purposes:

Agency operations$6,573,276
Provided, That expenditures from the agency operations account may be

made for official hospitality.

Investment-related expensesNo limit
KPERS technology projectNo limit

(c) Expenditures may be made from the non-retirement administra-

tion fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for the following spec-

ified purposes:

Agency operations$192,228
Investment-related expensesNo limit

(d) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

the amount in each account of each special revenue fund of each state

agency that is appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by

this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legisla-

ture and that is budgeted for payment of the cost of the plan of death

and long-term disability benefits under K.S.A. 74-4927 and amendments

thereto, as certified by the director of the budget to the director of ac-

counts and reports, for the period from July 1, 2002, through December

31, 2002, from such special revenue fund, or account thereof, to the

special 2003 death and disability plan employer contributions fund: Pro-

vided, That the aggregate amount transferred from all such special rev-

enue funds and accounts to the special 2003 death and disability plan

employer contributions fund during fiscal year 2003 pursuant to this sub-

section shall not exceed $1,100,000: Provided further, That, at the same

time that each certification is made by the director of the budget to the

director of accounts and reports under this subsection, the director of the

budget shall deliver a copy of such certification to the director of the

legislative research department.

(e) On October 31, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer all moneys in the special 2003 death and disability plan employer

contribution fund to the state general fund. On October 31, 2002, all

liabilities of the special 2003 death and disability plan employer contri-

bution fund are hereby transferred to and imposed on the state general

fund.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-4924 and 74-4924f,

and amendments thereto, no participating employer under the Kansas

public employees retirement system shall pay any amount to the system

for the cost of the plan and death and long-term disability benefits under

K.S.A. 74-4927 and amendments thereto for the period from July 1, 2002,

through December 31, 2002.

Sec. 80.


KANSAS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$1,389,245
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account and in the contract investigative services account in excess of

$100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the operating ex-

penditures account for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expend-

itures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $50,443 except

upon approval of the state finance council: Provided further, That ex-

penditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $150:

And provided further, That expenditures for mediation services con-

tracted with Kansas legal services shall be made only upon certification

by the executive director of the human rights commission to the director

of accounts and reports that private moneys are available to match the

expenditure of state moneys on a $1 of private moneys to $3 of state

moneys basis.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Federal fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Annual banquet fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the annual banquet fund

for operating expenditures for the commission's annual banquet, includ-

ing official hospitality: Provided further, That the executive director is

hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such banquet: And

provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or

part of the operating expenses incurred for such banquet, including of-

ficial hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such

banquet shall be credited to this fund.

Education and training fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the education and train-

ing fund for operating expenditures for the commission's education and

training programs for the general public: Provided further, That the ex-

ecutive director is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for

such programs: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in

order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such

training programs, including official hospitality: And provided further,

That all fees received for such programs shall be credited to this fund.

Sec. 81.


STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Public service regulation fundNo limit
Motor carrier license fees fundNo limit
Conservation fee fundNo limit
Provided, That any expenditure made from the conservation fee fund for

plugging abandoned wells, cleanup of pollution from oil and gas activities

and testing of wells shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation

imposed on this fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made

from this fund for debt collection and set-off administration: And pro-

vided further, That a percentage of the fees collected, not to exceed 27%,

shall be transferred from the conservation fee fund to the department of

administration accounting services recovery fund for services rendered in

collection efforts: And provided further, That all expenditures made from

the conservation fee fund for debt collection and set-off administration

shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on this fund:

And provided further, That the state corporation commission shall in-

clude as part of the fiscal year 2004 budget estimates for the state cor-

poration commission submitted pursuant to K.S.A. 75-3717 and amend-

ments thereto, a three-year projection of receipts to and expenditures

from the conservation fee fund for fiscal years 2004, 2005 and 2006.

Natural gas underground storage fee fundNo limit
Gas pipeline inspection fee fundNo limit
Abandoned oil and gas well fundNo limit
Well plugging assurance fundNo limit
Gas pipeline safety program--federal fundNo limit
Energy related grants--federal fundNo limit
Energy grants management fundNo limit
Energy conservation plan--federal fundNo limit
Underground injection control class II--federal fundNo limit
Pipeline damage prevention grant program--

federal fund

No limit
Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year

2003, other than moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act

of the 2002 regular session of the legislature.

Inservice education workshop fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the inservice education

workshop fee fund for operating expenditures, including official hospi-

tality, incurred for inservice workshops and conferences conducted by the

state corporation commission for staff and members of the state corpo-

ration commission: Provided further, That the state corporation commis-

sion is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such inservice

workshops and conferences: And provided further, That such fees shall

be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenditures

incurred for conducting such inservice workshops and conferences: And

provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall be depos-

ited in the state treasury and credited to this fund.

Base state registration clearing fundNo limit
Credit card clearing fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Data management system fundNo limit

(b) Expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by the state

corporation commission from the public service regulation fund, the mo-

tor carrier license fees fund and the conservation fee fund shall not ex-

ceed, in the aggregate, $13,659,771: Provided, That, within such limita-

tion on the aggregate of expenditures, expenditures made for fiscal year

2003 from the public service regulation fund, the motor carrier license

fees fund and the conservation fee fund for official hospitality shall not

exceed, in the aggregate, $600.

(c) Expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, by the state

corporation commission from the conservation fee fund or the abandoned

oil and gas well fund may be made for the service of independent on-site

supervision of well plugging contracts: Provided, That all expenditures

from the conservation fee fund or the abandoned oil and gas well fund

for the purpose of plugging of abandoned oil and gas wells shall be subject

to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amend-

ments thereto, and shall not be exempt from such competitive bidding

requirements on the basis of the estimated amount of such purchases.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the state corporation commission from the conservation fee fund

for fiscal year 2003 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the

2002 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the

above agency from the conservation fee fund for fiscal year 2003 for any

purpose for which expenditures may be made from the natural gas un-

derground storage fee fund: Provided, That expenditures for such pur-

pose from the conservation fee fund for fiscal year 2003 shall be reim-

bursed from the natural gas underground storage fee fund to the

conservation fee fund by revenue transfers as provided in this section

prior to July 1, 2004: Provided further, That all such expenditures from

the conservation fee fund for any such purpose shall be in addition to any

expenditure limitation imposed on the conservation fee fund for fiscal

year 2003.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the state corporation

commission shall certify one or more amounts to the director of accounts

and reports to reimburse the conservation fee fund for expenditures dur-

ing fiscal year 2003 and fiscal year 2004 for any purpose for which ex-

penditures may be made from the natural gas underground storage fee

fund. Upon receipt of each certification or as soon thereafter as moneys

are available therefor, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

the amount certified from the natural gas underground storage fee fund

to the conservation fee fund.

(f) On July 1, 2002, the federal grants fund of the state corporation

commission is hereby redesignated as the other federal grants fund of the

state corporation commission.

Sec. 82.


CITIZENS' UTILITY RATEPAYER BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Utility regulatory fee fund$613,620
Provided, That expenditures may be made by the citizens' utility ratepayer

board from the utility regulatory fee fund pursuant to contracts for pro-

fessional services, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the

board: Provided further, That such professional services shall include but

are not limited to the services of engineers, accountants, attorneys and

economists, to assist in carrying out the duties of the board, which assis-

tance may include preparation and presentation of expert testimony,

when the expenses of such professional services are required to be as-

sessed under K.S.A. 66-1502 and amendments thereto against the public

utilities involved: And provided further, That such contracts shall be ne-

gotiated by a negotiating committee composed of the following persons:

The consumer counsel of the citizens' utility ratepayer board or the con-

sumer counsel's designee, the director of the budget or that director's

designee, the director of accounts and reports or that director's designee,

and the chairperson of the citizens' utility ratepayer board or the chair-

person's designee: And provided further, That the consumer counsel of

the citizens' utility ratepayer board or the consumer counsel's designee

shall convene the negotiating committee for each such contract and the

negotiating committee shall consider all proposals by persons applying to

perform such contract and shall award the contract: And provided further,

That such contracts shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-

3739 and amendments thereto or to the provisions of the acts contained

in article 58 of chapter 75 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated: And provided

further, That, of the amount of additional expenditures authorized by the

expenditure limitation prescribed by this subsection, no portion of such

unspent expenditure authority for fiscal year 2003 shall be the basis for

any amount being transferred into a Kansas savings incentive program

account or KSIP account under the Kansas savings incentive program of

any other Kansas savings incentive program section in this or other ap-

propriation act of the 2003 regular session of the legislature: Provided,

however, That, if the total amount of additional expenditures authorized

by the expenditure limitation prescribed by this section are not expended

or encumbered for fiscal year 2003, then the amount equal to the amount

of such increased expenditure authority for fiscal year 2003 remaining

may be expended from the utility regulatory fee fund for fiscal year 2004

pursuant to contracts for professional services and any such expenditure

for fiscal year 2003 shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation

imposed on the utility regulatory fee fund for the fiscal year ending June

30, 2003.

(b) On July 1, 2002, October 1, 2002, January 1, 2003, and April 1,

2003, or as soon after each such date as moneys are available, and upon

receipt of certification by the state corporation commission of the amount

to be transferred, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from

the public service regulation fund of the state corporation commission to

the utility regulatory fee fund of the citizens' utility ratepayer board all

moneys assessed by the state corporation commission for the citizens'

utility ratepayer board under K.S.A. 66-1502 or 66-1503 and amendments

thereto and deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the public

service regulation fund.

Sec. 83.


DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

General administration $1,426,515
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the department of admin-

istration operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated to the general administration account for fiscal

year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such reappro-

priated balance shall not exceed $12,559 except upon approval of the state

finance council: Provided further, That in addition to other positions

within the department of administration in the unclassified service as

prescribed by law, expenditures may be made from the department of

administration operations account for three employees in the unclassified

service under the Kansas civil service act: And provided further, That

expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed

$1,000: And provided further, That, in addition to other expenditures

from this account for official hospitality, expenditures may be made from

this account for official hospitality related to co-hosting the 2003 national

conference of the national association of state facilities administrators,

except that expenditures from this account for official hospitality for such

conference shall not exceed $5,000.

Department of administration systems$5,111,322
Accounting and reporting services $2,007,824
Personnel Services$2,881,282
Purchasing$838,339
Facilities management$3,387,233
Budget analysis$1,357,418
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the budget analysis account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures from this account for of-

ficial hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

Public broadcasting council grants$2,009,048
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the public broadcasting

council grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That all expendi-

tures from the public broadcasting council grants account for capital

equipment shall be made to provide matching funds for federal capital

equipment grants awarded to eligible public broadcasting stations: And

provided further, That expenditures from this account may be made to

provide matching funds for capital equipment projects funded from any

nonstate source in the event federal capital equipment grants are not

awarded: And provided further, That in the event the federal facility pro-

grams cease to exist or fail to conduct grant solicitations, expenditures

may be made from this account to provide matching funds for capital

equipment projects funded from any nonstate source without first apply-

ing for federal capital equipment grants.

Public TV digital conversion debt service$450,000
Policy analysis initiatives$119,253
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the policy analysis initia-

tives account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures from this

account for official hospitality shall not exceed $3,000.

Long-term care ombudsman$141,982
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the long-term care om-

budsman account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures for

such reappropriated balance shall be made only upon approval of the

state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures from this ac-

count for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds or indirect

cost recoveries authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

Federal cash management fundNo limit
State leave payment reserve fundNo limit
State budget stabilization fund$0
Building and ground fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the building and ground

fund for operating and other expenses for the Hiram Price Dillon House.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for

operating expenditures for the division of personnel services, including

human resources programs and official hospitality: Provided further, That

the director of personnel services is hereby authorized to fix, charge and

collect fees: And provided further, That fees shall be fixed in order to

recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred, including official

hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received, including fees

received under the open records act for providing access to or furnishing

copies of public records, shall be credited to this fund.

Human resource information systems cost recoveryfundNo limit
Budget fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the budget fees fund for

operating expenditures for the division of the budget, including training

programs and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of

the budget is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such

training programs: And provided further, That fees for such training pro-

grams shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating ex-

penses incurred for such training programs, including official hospitality:

And provided further, That all fees received for such training programs

and all fees received by the division of the budget under the open records

act for providing access to or furnishing copies of public records, shall be

credited to this fund.

Purchasing fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the purchasing fees fund

for operating expenditures of the division of purchases, including training

seminars and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of

purchases is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for operating

expenditures incurred to reproduce and disseminate purchasing infor-

mation, administer vendor applications, administer state contracts and

conduct training seminars, including official hospitality: And provided fur-

ther, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of such

operating expenses: And provided further, That all moneys received for

such fees and all moneys received pursuant to the state travel services

contract shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of this fund.

Architectural services fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the architectural services

fee fund for operating expenditures for distribution of architectural in-

formation: Provided further, That the director of architectural services is

hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for reproduction and

distribution of architectural information: And provided further, That such

fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses

incurred for reproducing and distributing architectural information: And

provided further, That all fees received for such reproduction and distri-

bution of architectural information shall be credited to this fund.

Budget equipment conversion fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Architectural services equipment conversion fundNo limit
Property contingency fundNo limit
Flood control emergency--federal fundNo limit
Information technology fundNo limit
Information technology reserve fundNo limit
Computer services recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the computer services

recovery fund to provide central computer system development services,

which shall be in addition to data processing services provided under

K.S.A. 75-4704 and amendments thereto to other state agencies: Provided

further, That the secretary of administration is hereby authorized, in ac-

cordance with the procedures and guidelines prescribed by K.S.A. 75-

4703 and amendments thereto, to fix, charge and collect fees for such

central computer system development services to other state agencies:

And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover

all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing such services:

And provided further, That all fees received for such services shall be

credited to this fund: And provided further, That all expenditures for the

personnel/payroll project shall be made from the personnel/payroll pro-

ject program account of this fund: And provided further, That amounts

may be transferred into this account from any state general fund account

or any special revenue fund of the department of administration or any

other state agency.

State buildings operating fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the state buildings op-

erating fund for operating and other expenses for the Hiram Price Dillon

House: Provided further, That the secretary of administration is hereby

authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for use of the rooms and other

facilities of the Hiram Price Dillon House in accordance with policies

adopted by the legislative coordinating council under K.S.A. 75-3682 and

amendments thereto for approving the use of such property: And pro-

vided further, That fees for approved use of such property shall be rea-

sonable and directly related to the costs of such use and shall be fixed in

order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such

use: And provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall

be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the state buildings

operating fund or the building and ground fund, as determined and di-

rected by the secretary of administration: And provided further, That the

secretary of administration is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect

a real estate property leasing services fee at a reasonable rate per square

foot of space leased by state agencies as approved by the secretary of

administration under K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto to recover

the costs incurred by the department of administration in providing serv-

ices to state agencies relating to leases of real property: And provided

further, That each state agency that is party to a lease of real property

that is approved by the secretary of administration under K.S.A. 75-3739

and amendments thereto shall remit to the secretary of administration

the real estate property leasing services fee upon receipt of the billing

therefor: And provided further, That all moneys received for real estate

property leasing services fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and

credited to the state buildings operating fund or the building and ground

fund, as determined and directed by the secretary of administration: And

provided further, That the net proceeds from the sale of all or any part

of the Topeka state hospital property, as defined by subsection (a) of

K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-37,123 and amendments thereto shall be deposited

in the state treasury and credited to the state buildings operating fund or

the building and ground fund, as determined and directed by the secre-

tary of administration.

Accounting services recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the accounting services

recovery fund for the operating expenditures, including official hospital-

ity, of the department of administration: Provided further, That the sec-

retary of administration is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect

fees for services or sales provided by the department of administration

which are not specifically authorized by any other statute: And provided

further, That all fees received for such services or sales shall be credited

to this fund.

Architectural services recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the architectural services

recovery fund for operating expenditures for the division of architectural

services: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of sub-

section (b) of K.S.A. 75-4403 and amendments thereto, the director of

architectural services may exchange an employee with the attorney gen-

eral's office to assist in the enforcement of K.S.A. 58-1301 et seq.: And

provided further, That the director of architectural services is hereby

authorized to charge and collect fees for services provided to other state

agencies not directly related to the construction of a capital improvement

project: And provided further, That the director of architectural services

is hereby authorized to charge and collect (1) a fee equal to 1% of the

estimated cost of each capital improvement project for a state agency

which is not financed, in whole or in part, by gifts, bequests, or donations

made by one or more private individuals or other private entities and for

which the division provides architectural, engineering or management

services or, in the case of any capital improvement project for a state

agency which is partially financed by gifts, bequests or donations made

by one or more private individuals or other private entities, a fee equal

to 1% of the proportional amount of the estimated cost of such capital

improvement project which is not financed by gifts, bequests or donations

made by one or more private individuals or other private entities and for

which the division provides architectural, engineering or management

services, and (2) an additional fee equal to 8% of the construction cost of

each capital improvement project for which the division provides in-house

architectural and engineering design services: And provided further, That

such services shall be subject to the limitations of K.S.A. 75-1253 and

amendments thereto: And provided further, That all fees received for

such services shall be credited to this fund.

Motor pool service fundNo limit
Motor pool service depreciation reserve fundNo limit
Kansas public employees retirement clearing fundNo limit
Intragovernmental printing service fundNo limit
Intragovernmental printing service depreciation reservefundNo limit
Municipal accounting and training services recoveryfundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the municipal accounting

and training services recovery fund to provide general ledger, payroll

reporting, utilities billing, data processing, and accounting services to mu-

nicipalities and to provide training programs conducted for municipal

government personnel, including official hospitality: Provided further,

That the director of accounts and reports is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for such services and programs: And provided

further, That such fees shall be fixed to cover all or part of the operating

expenditures incurred in providing such services and programs, including

official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such

services and programs, including official hospitality, shall be credited to

this fund.

Canceled warrants payment fundNo limit
State emergency fundNo limit
Bid and contract deposit fundNo limit
State workers compensation self-insurance fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the state workers com-

pensation self-insurance fund for a contract with the secretary of human

resources to implement and administer the state workplace health and

safety program for state employees in accordance with K.S.A. 44-575 and

amendments thereto, which contract is hereby authorized and directed

to be entered into between the secretary of administration and the sec-

retary of human resources: Provided further, That, pursuant to policies

and procedures prescribed by the secretary of administration, the director

of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount certified pursuant to

such contract by the secretary of administration from the state workers

compensation self-insurance fund of the department of administration to

the state workplace health and safety program fund of the department of

human resources.

Health and hospitalization insurance clearing fundNo limit
Federal withholding tax clearing fundNo limit
State gaming revenues fundNo limit
Health insurance premium reserve fundNo limit
Excise tax refund clearing fundNo limit
State withholding tax clearing fundNo limit
Unemployment compensation tax clearing fundNo limit
Construction defects recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, upon certi-

fication by the secretary of administration to the director of accounts and

reports that the unencumbered balance in the construction defects re-

covery fund is insufficient to pay an amount that is necessary to finance

expenses related to efforts by the state of Kansas to recover damages

incidental to construction defects on capital projects involving state facil-

ities, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount equal

to the insufficient amount from the architectural services recovery fund

to the construction defects recovery fund: Provided, however, That the

total of all such amounts transferred from the architectural services re-

covery fund to the construction defects recovery fund during fiscal year

2003 shall not exceed $300,000.

Preventive health care program fundNo limit
Facilities conservation improvement fundNo limit
State revolving fund services fee fundNo limit
Cafeteria benefits fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the cafeteria benefits fund for salaries

and wages and other operating expenditures shall not exceed $2,621,521.

Dependent care assistance program fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment--recycling pro-gram fundNo limit
Employees faithful performance bond clearing fundNo limit
Deferred compensation clearing fundNo limit
Equipment lease purchase program administration clear-ing fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Series E savings bond clearing fundNo limit
Optional life insurance clearing fundNo limit
Employee organization dues clearing fundNo limit
United Way contributions clearing fundNo limit
Setoff clearing fundNo limit
Parking fees clearing fundNo limit
Electronic funds transfer suspense fundNo limit
State employee contribution clearing fund for OASDHINo limit
Intergovernmental cooperation agreement for develop-ment of statewide cost allocation plan clearing fundNo limit
Medicare fund clearing accountNo limit
Ad Astra sculpture fundNo limit
Public school districts benefit fundNo limit
Administrative hearings office fundNo limit
Older Americans act long term care ombudsman federalfundNo limit
Long term care ombudsman gift and grant fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$210,000 from the state highway fund to the state general fund for the

purpose of reimbursing the state general fund for the cost of providing

purchasing services to the department of transportation.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of ad-

ministration is authorized to approve refinancing of equipment being fi-

nanced by state agencies through the department's equipment financing

program. Such project is approved for the purposes of subsection (b) of

K.S.A. 74-8905 and amendments thereto.

(e) In addition to the purposes for which expenditures may be made

by the above agency from moneys appropriated in any capital improve-

ment account of any special revenue fund or in any capital improvement

account of the state general fund for the above agency for fiscal year 2003

by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the leg-

islature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from any such

capital improvement account of any special revenue fund or any such

capital improvement account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2003

for the purpose of making emergency repairs to any facility that is under

the charge, care, management or control of the department of adminis-

tration as provided by law: Provided, That the secretary of administration

shall make a full report on such repairs and expenditures to the director

of the budget and the director of the legislative research department.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of the

office of administrative hearings of the department of administration shall

prepare and submit to the secretary of social and rehabilitation services

a billing invoice each month in the amount equal to 1/12 of $792,584, for

administrative hearing services performed by the department of admin-

istration for the department of social and rehabilitation services: Provided,

That the amount to be billed may be adjusted as provided in writing by

mutual agreement between the secretary of social and rehabilitation serv-

ices and the secretary of administration: Provided further, That the

amount specified in the monthly invoice shall be paid from the appro-

priate fund or funds of the department of social and rehabilitation services

into the administrative hearings office fund of the department of admin-

istration.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts certified by the

director of the budget for long-term care ombudsman services performed

for the department on aging by the state long-term care ombudsman and

the office of the state long-term care ombudsman within the department

of administration from the appropriate fund or funds of the department

on aging, in accordance with the certification by the director of the

budget, to the older Americans act long-term care ombudsman federal

fund of the department of administration, except the total of all amounts

transferred for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, shall not exceed

$315,362.

(h) (1) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall

record a debit to the state treasurer's receivables for the children's initia-

tives fund and shall record a corresponding credit to children's initiatives

fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget which shall be

equal to 50% of the amount estimated by the director of the budget to

be transferred and credited to the children's initiatives fund during the

fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, except that such amount shall be pro-

portionally adjusted during fiscal year 2003 with respect to any change in

the moneys to be transferred and credited to the children's initiatives

fund during fiscal year 2003. Among other appropriate factors, the direc-

tor of the budget shall take into consideration the estimated and actual

receipts and interest earnings of the Kansas endowment for youth fund

for fiscal year 2002 and fiscal year 2003 in determining the amount to be

certified under this subsection. All moneys transferred and credited to

the children's initiatives fund during fiscal year 2003 shall reduce the

amount debited and credited to the children's initiatives fund under this

subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust

the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer's receivables and

to the children's initiatives fund pursuant to this subsection, to reflect all

moneys actually transferred and credited to the children's initiatives fund

during fiscal year 2003.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state trea-

surer of all amounts debited and credited to the children's initiatives fund

pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto

made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such

amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments

thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the children's

initiatives fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice

thereof.

(i) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$50,000 from the construction defects recovery fund of the department

of administration to the architectural services recovery fund of the de-

partment of administration.

(j) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of ad-

ministration, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer

any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, from the state general fund for the department of administration

to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state general

fund for the department of administration. The secretary of administra-

tion shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports

and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the legislative re-

search department.

(k) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$1,000,000 from the state workers compensation self insurance fund of

the department of administration to the state general fund: Provided,

That the transfer of such amount shall be in addition to any other transfer

from the state workers compensation self insurance fund to the state

general fund as prescribed by law: Provided further, That the amount

transferred from the state workers compensation self insurance fund of

the department of administration to the state general fund is to reimburse

the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll,

personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

(l) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$36,291 from the property contingency fund of the department of ad-

ministration to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount trans-

ferred from the property contingency fund of the department of admin-

istration to the state general fund pursuant to this section is to reimburse

the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll,

personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

(m) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall trans-

fer $112,500 from the equipment lease purchase program administration

clearing fund of the department of administration to the state general

fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the equipment lease

purchase program administration clearing fund of the department of ad-

ministration to the state general fund pursuant to this section is to re-

imburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal,

payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental

services which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by

other state agencies which receive appropriations from the state general

fund to provide such services.

(n) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$150,000 from the flexible spending fund of the department of admin-

istration to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred

from the flexible spending fund of the department of administration to

the state general fund pursuant to this section is to reimburse the state

general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel

and purchasing services and any other governmental services which are

performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

Sec. 84.


STATE BOARD OF TAX APPEALS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$1,817,644
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $99,208 except upon approval of

the state finance council.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Duplicating fees fund$14,500

Sec. 85.


DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$34,336,693
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $142,329 except upon approval

of the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures from

this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Sand royalty fundNo limit
Division of vehicles operating fund$32,755,967
Provided, That all receipts collected under authority of K.S.A. 74-2012

and amendments thereto shall be credited to the division of vehicles op-

erating fund: Provided further, That any expenditure from the division of

vehicles operating fund of the department of revenue to reimburse the

audit services fund of the division of post audit for a financial-compliance

audit in an amount certified by the legislative post auditor shall be in

addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the division of vehicles

operating fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003: And provided

further, That the department of revenue shall make expenditures from

this fund for printing and mailing vehicle renewal notices.

Vehicle dealers and manufacturers fee fundNo limit
Kansas qualified agricultural ethyl alcohol producer incen-tive fundNo limit
Local report fee fundNo limit
Military retirees income tax refund fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Forfeited property fee fundNo limit
Setoff services revenue fundNo limit
Publications fee fundNo limit
State bingo regulation fund$235,665
Child support enforcement contractual agreement fundNo limit
County treasurers' vehicle licensing fee fundNo limit
Reappraisal reimbursement fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received for the costs incurred for conducting

appraisals for any county shall be deposited in the state treasury and

credited to the reappraisal reimbursement fund: Provided further, That

expenditures may be made from this fund for the purpose of conducting

appraisals pursuant to orders of the board of tax appeals under K.S.A. 79-

1479 and amendments thereto.

Special training fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the special training fund

for operating expenditures, including official hospitality, incurred for con-

ferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations: Provided fur-

ther, That the secretary of revenue is hereby authorized to fix, charge and

collect fees for conferences, training seminars, workshops and examina-

tions sponsored or cosponsored by the department of revenue: And pro-

vided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part

of the operating expenditures incurred for such conferences, training

seminars, workshops and examinations or for qualifying applicants for

such conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations: And

provided further, That all fees received for conferences, training semi-

nars, workshops and examinations shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to the special training fund.

Recovery fund for enforcement actions and attorneyfeesNo limit
Federal commercial motor vehicle safety fundNo limit
Central stores fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the central stores fund

to operate and maintain a central stores activity to sell supplies to other

state agencies: Provided further, That all moneys received for such sup-

plies shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this fund.

Microfilming fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the microfilming fund to

operate and maintain a microfilming activity to sell microfilming services

to other state agencies: Provided further, That all moneys received for

such services shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this

fund.

Miscellaneous trust bonds fundNo limit
Liquor excise tax guarantee bond fundNo limit
Non-resident contractors cash bond fundNo limit
Bond guaranty fundNo limit
Interstate motor fuel user cash bond fundNo limit
Motor fuel distributor cash bond fundNo limit
County and city bingo tax fundNo limit
Special county mineral production tax fundNo limit
County drug tax fundNo limit
Escheat proceeds suspense fundNo limit
Privilege tax refund fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Cigarette tax refund fundNo limit
Motor-vehicle fuel tax refund fundNo limit
Cereal malt beverage tax refund fundNo limit
Income tax refund fundNo limit
Sales tax refund fundNo limit
Compensating tax refund fundNo limit
Alcoholic liquor tax refund fundNo limit
Cigarette/tobacco products regulation fundNo limit
Motor carrier tax refund fundNo limit
Car company tax fundNo limit
Protested motor carrier taxes fundNo limit
Tobacco products refund fundNo limit
Transient guest tax refund fund established by K.S.A. 12-1694aNo limit
Interstate motor fuel taxes clearing fundNo limit
Bingo refund fundNo limit
Transient guest tax refund fund established by K.S.A. 12-16,100No limit
Inheritance tax abatement refund fundNo limit
Interstate motor fuel taxes refund fundNo limit
Interfund clearing fundNo limit
Local alcoholic liquor clearing fundNo limit
International registration plan distribution clearing fundNo limit
Rental motor vehicle excise tax refund fundNo limit
International fuel tax agreement clearing fundNo limit
Mineral production tax refund fundNo limit
Special fuels tax refund fundNo limit
LP-gas motor fuels refund fundNo limit
Local alcoholic liquor refund fundNo limit
Sales tax clearing fundNo limit
Rental motor vehicle excise tax clearing fundNo limit
VIPS/CAMA technology hardware fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the VIPS/CAMA tech-

nology hardware fund for CAMA software and VIPS software.

County and city retailers sales tax clearing fund--countyand city sales taxNo limit
City and county compensating use tax clearing fundNo limit
County and city transient guest tax clearing fundNo limit
Automated tax systems fundNo limit
Dyed diesel fuel fee fundNo limit
Electronic databases fee fund$5,700,644

(c) On July 1, 2002, October 1, 2002, January 1, 2003, and April 1,

2003, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $7,873,459 from

the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the division

of vehicles operating fund of the department of revenue for the purpose

of financing the cost of operation and general expense of the division of

vehicles and related operations of the department of revenue.

(d) On August 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer $75,000 from the accounting services recovery fund of the de-

partment of administration to the setoff services revenue fund of the

department of revenue for reimbursing costs of recovering amounts owed

state agencies under K.S.A. 75-6201 et seq., and amendments thereto.

(e) On August 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer $60,000 from the social welfare fund of the department of social

and rehabilitation services to the child support enforcement contractual

agreement fund of the department of revenue to reimburse costs of ad-

ministrative expenses of child support enforcement activities under the

agreement.

(f) On July 1, 2002, or whenever sufficient funds are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the division

of vehicles operating fund to the state general fund: Provided, That the

amount transferred from the division of vehicles operating fund of the

department of revenue to the state general fund pursuant to this subsec-

tion is to reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budg-

eting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other gov-

ernmental services which are performed on behalf of the state agency

involved by other state agencies which receive appropriations from the

state general fund to provide such services.

Sec. 86.


KANSAS LOTTERY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Lottery prize payment fundNo limit
Lottery operating fund$8,962,981
Provided, That all expenditures from the lottery operating fund for on-

line terminal communication charges, for on-line vendor commission pay-

ments, for instant ticket printing charges, or for refunds and transfers

shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on this fund:

Provided further, That expenditures from this fund for official hospitality

shall not exceed $5,000: And provided further, That any expenditure from

the lottery operating fund to reimburse the audit services fund of the

division of legislative post audit for a financial-compliance audit in an

amount certified by the legislative post auditor shall be in addition to any

expenditure limitation imposed on the lottery operating fund for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 2003.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8711 and amend-

ments thereto, an amount of not less than $4,500,000 shall be transferred

monthly in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, with the first transfer to

be made on July 15, 2002, and monthly transfers shall continue until an

aggregate total of not less than $59,000,000 shall be transferred by June

15, 2003, for a total of 12 monthly transfers to be made during the period.

The director of accounts and reports shall transfer moneys certified by

the director of the Kansas lottery from the lottery operating fund to the

state gaming revenues fund on or before the 15th of each month in an

amount of not less than $4,500,000 for each transfer during the period

ending June 30, 2003.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8711 and amend-

ments thereto, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, one additional

transfer from the lottery operating fund to the state gaming revenues fund

shall be made in addition to the transfers specified in subsection (b), and

the 13th transfer shall be made no later than July 15, 2003, and shall be

credited to the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003. The 13th transfer shall

be not less than $4,000,000. The director of accounts and reports shall

transfer moneys certified by the director of the Kansas lottery from the

lottery operating fund to the state gaming revenue fund on or before July

15, 2003, in an amount of not less than $4,000,000 and this transfer shall

be credited to the period ending June 30, 2003.

Sec. 87.


KANSAS RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

State racing fund$3,155,357
Provided, That all expenditures from the state racing fund for refunds

and transfers shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed

on this fund: Provided further, That expenditures from this fund for of-

ficial hospitality shall not exceed $2,500: And provided further, That any

expenditure from the state racing fund to reimburse the audit services

fund of the division of legislative post audit for a financial-compliance

audit in an amount certified by the legislative post auditor shall be in

addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the state racing fund

for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003.

Racing reimbursable expense fundNo limit
Racing applicant deposit fundNo limit
Kansas horse breeding development fundNo limit
Kansas greyhound breeding development fundNo limit
Racing investigative expense fundNo limit
Horse fair racing benefit fundNo limit
Tribal gaming fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the tribal gaming fund for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 2003, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

(b) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$450,000 from the state general fund to the tribal gaming fund of the

Kansas racing and gaming commission.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer one or more amounts certified by the

executive director of the state gaming agency from the tribal gaming fund

to the state general fund: Provided, That all such transfers shall be for

the purpose of reimbursing the state general fund for the amount equal

to the net amount obtained by subtracting (1) the aggregate of any costs

incurred by the state gaming agency during fiscal year 2003 for any ar-

bitration or litigation in connection with the administration and enforce-

ment of tribal-state gaming compacts or the provisions of the tribal gam-

ing oversight act, from (2) the aggregate of the amounts transferred to

the tribal gaming fund of the Kansas racing and gaming commission dur-

ing fiscal year 2003 for the operating expenditures for the state gaming

agency and any other expenses incurred in connection with the admin-

istration and enforcement of tribal-state gaming compacts or the provi-

sions of the tribal gaming oversight act.

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no transfers shall be

made during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, from the state racing

fund to any fund of the Kansas bureau of investigation for any purpose.

All payments during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for services

provided by the Kansas bureau of investigation shall be paid by the Kansas

racing and gaming commission in accordance with subsection (b) of

K.S.A. 75-5516 and amendments thereto, pursuant to bills which are pre-

sented in a timely manner by the Kansas bureau of investigation for serv-

ices rendered. Any expenditure from the state racing fund during fiscal

year 2003 to reimburse the Kansas bureau of investigation for professional

services and fees in an amount certified by the director of the Kansas

bureau of investigation shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation

imposed on the state racing fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made from the moneys appropriated in the tribal gaming fund for fiscal

year 2003 for the Kansas racing and gaming commission by this or other

appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature, expendi-

tures may be made from the tribal gaming fund for fiscal year 2003 for

the state gaming agency regulatory oversight of class III gaming, including

but not limited to the regulatory oversight and law enforcement activities

of monitoring compliance with tribal-state gaming compacts and con-

ducting investigations of violations of tribal-state gaming compacts, in-

vestigations of criminal violations of the laws of this state at tribal gaming

facilities, criminal violations of the tribal gaming oversight act, and inves-

tigations of other criminal activities related to tribal gaming, which are

hereby authorized.

(f) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made from the moneys appropriated in the state racing fund for fiscal

year 2003 for the Kansas racing and gaming commission by this or other

appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature, expendi-

tures may be made from the state racing fund for fiscal year 2003 for

paying salaries and wages of agency personnel performing criminal history

record checks, background investigations and other investigations speci-

fied in statute: Provided, That, notwithstanding any other provision of

law, including K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 74-8805, 74-8806 and 74-8814 and

amendments thereto, law enforcement agents of the Kansas racing and

gaming commission are hereby authorized and directed to conduct crim-

inal history record checks, background investigations and other investi-

gations specified in statute.

Sec. 88.


DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND HOUSING

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the following:

Operating grant (including official hospitality)$14,554,841
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the operating grant (in-

cluding official hospitality) account for loans pursuant to loan agreements

which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of com-

merce and housing in accordance with repayment provisions and other

terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the secretary therefor un-

der the agricultural value added center program: Provided further, That

expenditures may be made from the operating grant (including official

hospitality) account for certified development companies that have been

determined to be qualified for grants by the secretary of commerce and

housing, except that expenditures for such grants shall not be made for

grants to more than 10 certified development companies that have been

determined to be qualified for grants by the secretary of commerce and

housing, And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the

operating grant (including official hospitality) account for capital improve-

ment projects for rehabilitation and repair of travel information centers:

[(+)]

And provided further, That

during fiscal year 2003, expenditures made by the department of com-

merce and housing from the operating grant (including official hospitality)

account of the state economic development initiatives fund shall be made

for the purpose of achieving the following outcome measures:

Measure
Budget Year
ProjectionFY
2003
Jobs created by projects utilizing KDOC&H assistance6,249
Jobs retained by projects utilizing KDOC&H assistance5,522
Payroll generated by projects utilizing KDOC&Hassistance$371,941,659
Capital investment in Kansas resulting from projects util-izing KDOC&H assistance$936,755,765
Funds leveraged through match in projects utilizingKDOC&H assistance$36,230,282
Individuals trained through workforce developmentprograms10,172
Sales generated by projects utilizing KDOC&Hassistance$55,444,400
Increase in visitation resulting from KDOC&H tourismpromotion efforts313,074
Tourism revenue generated as a result of KDOC&H tour-ism promotion$27,892,591
Kansans served with counseling, technical assistance orbusiness services5,012
Number of communities receiving community assistanceservices327
Number of Kansans with improved housing situations re-sulting from KDOC&H assistance409
Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in each

of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated to the operating grant

(including official hospitality) account for fiscal year 2003: Operations

(including official hospitality); Kansas industrial training program and

Kansas industrial retraining program; grants to small business develop-

ment centers; grants to certified development companies; trade show pro-

motion grants; community capacity building grant program; main street

development grants; tourism promotion grants; training equipment

grants; agriculture products development; motion picture and television

sales tax reimbursements; HOME program.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Publication and other sales fundNo limit
Provided, That all proceeds from the sale of the Olathe travel information

center may be deposited in this fund: Provided further, That any such

sale shall be conducted in accordance with procedures approved by the

director of purchases and after appraisals have been obtained pursuant

to K.S.A. 75- 3043a and amendments thereto.

Conversion of equipment and materials fundNo limit
Conference registration and disbursement fundNo limit
Kansas venture capital companies certificate fee fundNo limit
Trademark fundNo limit
Low income housing tax credit fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the low income tax credit

fee fund for loans pursuant to loan agreements which are hereby author-

ized to be entered into by the secretary of commerce and housing in

accordance with such repayment provisions and other terms and condi-

tions as may be prescribed by the secretary therefor under the low income

housing tax credit program: Provided further, That all moneys received

by the department of commerce and housing for repayment of loans made

under the low income housing tax credit program shall be deposited in

the state treasury and credited to this fund: And provided further, That,

in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made

from the low income housing tax credit fee fund, expenditures may be

made from such fund for projects of the Kansas housing development

corporation and related operating expenses of such corporation: And pro-

vided further, That all such expenditures for projects and operating ex-

penses shall be subject to the approval of the secretary of commerce and

housing: And provided further, That such projects shall include, but not

be limited to, (1) increasing housing opportunities for the citizens of Kan-

sas, (2) purchasing, developing and transferring housing projects, (3) in-

curring obligations related to any such projects, and (4) establishing part-

nerships and lending relationships with local communities and entities in

the private sector.

Flood mitigation assistance federal fundNo limit
Trade show promotion fundNo limit
Kansas tourist attraction matching grant developmentfundNo limit
Greyhound tourism fundNo limit
Reimbursement and recovery fundNo limit
Housing assistance program--federal fundNo limit
Community development block grant--federal fundNo limit
Community development block grant--federal fund--re-volving loan account.No limit
HOME--federal fundNo limit
Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures

may be made from the HOME--federal fund, expenditures may be made

from such fund for projects of the Kansas housing development corpo-

ration and related operating expenses of such corporation: Provided fur-

ther, That all such expenditures for projects and operating expenses shall

be subject to the approval of the secretary of commerce and housing: And

provided further, That such projects shall include, but not be limited to,

(1) increasing housing opportunities for the citizens of Kansas, (2) pur-

chasing, developing and transferring housing projects, (3) incurring ob-

ligations related to any such projects, and (4) establishing partnerships

and lending relationships with local communities and entities in the pri-

vate sector.

Community services block grant--federal fundNo limit
Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during the fiscal

year 2003, other than moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation

act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature.

Weatherization block grant--federal fundNo limit
Energy winterization--federal fundNo limit
Kansas export loan guarantee fundNo limit
HUD emergency shelter grants--federal fundNo limit
National main street center fundNo limit
State housing trust fundNo limit
Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures

may be made from the state housing trust fund, expenditures may be

made from such fund for projects of the Kansas housing development

corporation and related operating expenses of such corporation: Provided

further, That all such expenditures for projects and operating expenses

shall be subject to the approval of the secretary of commerce and housing:

And provided further, That such projects shall include, but not be limited

to, (1) increasing housing opportunities for the citizens of Kansas, (2)

purchasing, developing and transferring housing projects, (3) incurring

obligations related to any such projects, and (4) establishing partnerships

and lending relationships with local communities and entities in the pri-

vate sector.

IMPACT program services fundNo limit
IMPACT program repayment fundNo limit
Kansas partnership fundNo limit
Provided, That the interest rate on any loan made from the Kansas part-

nership fund shall be annually indexed to the federal discount rate.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for

loans pursuant to loan agreements which are hereby authorized to be

entered into by the secretary of commerce and housing in accordance

with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions as may be

prescribed by the secretary therefor under programs of the department.

Market development fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the market development

fund for loans pursuant to loan agreements which are hereby authorized

to be entered into by the secretary of commerce and housing in accord-

ance with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions as may

be prescribed by the secretary therefor under the agricultural value added

center program: Provided further, That all moneys received by the de-

partment of commerce and housing for repayment of loans made under

the agricultural value added center program shall be deposited in the

state treasury and credited to this fund.

Kansas economic opportunity initiatives fundNo limit
Kansas existing industry expansion fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas existing in-

dustry expansion fund for loans pursuant to loan agreements which are

hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of commerce and

housing in accordance with repayment provisions and other terms and

conditions as may be prescribed by the secretary therefor under the Kan-

sas existing industry expansion program: Provided further, That all mon-

eys received by the department of commerce and housing for repayment

of loans made under the Kansas existing industry expansion program shall

be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this fund.

(c) The secretary of commerce and housing is hereby authorized to

fix, charge and collect fees during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

for (1) the services provided under the low-income housing tax credit

program, private activity bond program, mortgage certificates/mortgage

revenue bond program and under other programs of the department of

commerce and housing providing similar services and for which fees are

not specifically prescribed by statute, (2) the provision and administration

of conferences held for the purposes of programs and activities of the

department of commerce and housing and for which fees are not specif-

ically prescribed by statute, (3) sale of Kansas! magazine and other

publications of the department of commerce and housing and for sale of

educational and other promotional items and for which fees are not spe-

cifically prescribed by statute, and (4) promotional and other advertising

and related economic development activities and services provided under

economic development programs and activities of the department of com-

merce and housing, including those provided at tourist information cen-

ters: Provided, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part

of the operating expenses incurred in providing such services, confer-

ences, publications and items, advertising and other economic develop-

ment activities and services provided under economic development pro-

grams and activities of the department of commerce and housing for

which fees are not specifically prescribed by statute: Provided further,

That all such fees shall be credited to one or more special revenue funds

of the department of commerce and housing as specified by the secretary

of commerce and housing: And provided further, That expenditures may

be made from such special revenue funds of the department of commerce

and housing for fiscal year 2003, in accordance with the provisions of this

or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature,

for operating expenses incurred in providing such services, conferences,

publications and items, advertising, programs and activities and for op-

erating expenses incurred in providing similar economic development ac-

tivities and services provided under economic development programs and

activities of the department of commerce and housing.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of commerce and housing from moneys appro-

priated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund for fiscal

year 2003 for the department of commerce and housing as authorized by

this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legisla-

ture, expenditures may be made by the department of commerce and

housing for fiscal year 2003 for official hospitality.

(e) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic

development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, to

the operating grant (including official hospitality) account of the state

economic development initiatives fund, the amount equal to the balance

of unexpended released encumbrances as of June 30, 2002, in each of

the following accounts of the state economic development initiatives fund:

Operations (including official hospitality); Kansas industrial training pro-

gram and Kansas industrial retraining program; grants to small business

development centers; grants to certified development companies; trade

show promotion grants; community capacity building grant program;

main street development grants; tourism promotion grants; training

equipment grants; agriculture products development; HOME program.

(f) On August 15, 2002, and December 15, 2002, or as soon thereafter

as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$1,662,500 from the state economic development initiatives fund to the

Kansas economic opportunity initiatives fund of the department of com-

merce and housing.

(g) On August 15, 2002, and December 15, 2002, or as soon after

each such date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and

reports shall transfer $237,500 from the state economic development in-

itiatives fund to the Kansas existing industry expansion fund of the de-

partment of commerce and housing.

(h) On July 1, 2002, the other grants fund of the department of com-

merce and housing is hereby redesignated as the other federal grants fund

of the department of commerce and housing.

Sec. 89.


KANSAS, INC.

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the following:

Operations (including official hospitality)$297,627

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Kansas, Inc. matching fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit

Sec. 90.


KANSAS TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE CORPORATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the following:

Operations, assistance and grants (including officialhospitality)$11,596,888
Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in each

of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated to the operations, as-

sistance and grants (including official hospitality) account for fiscal year

2003: Operations (including official hospitality); assistance and grants.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

MAMTC federal fundNo limit
KTEC special revenue fundNo limit

(c) No moneys appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the leg-

islature for the Kansas technology enterprise corporation shall be ex-

pended for any bonus or other payment of additional compensation for

any officer or employee of the Kansas technology enterprise corporation,

or any subsidiary corporation, agency or instrumentality thereof, except

longevity bonus payments pursuant to K.S.A. 75-5541 and amendments

thereto or as otherwise specifically authorized by statute.

Sec. 91.


DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$2,053,985
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $2,334 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That in addition to the other

purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from

this account for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, expenditures may

be made from this account for the costs incurred for court reporting

under K.S.A. 72-5413 et seq. and 75-4321 et seq., and amendments

thereto: And provided further, That expenditures from this account for

official hospitality by the secretary of human resources shall not exceed

$2,000.

Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in each

of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003:

Welfare to work grant--state match.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Workmen's compensation fee fund$9,774,080
Occupational health and safety--federal fund$668,232
Boiler inspection fee fundNo limit
Special employment security fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the special employment

security fund for payment of the portion of telecommunications services

provided by the state of Kansas which are required to be paid from non-

federal sources: Provided, however, That expenditures from the special

employment security fund for such purpose shall not exceed $40,000:

Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the special em-

ployment security fund for payment of debt service on revenue bonds

issued to finance remodeling of the 401 S. Topeka building: Provided,

however, That expenditures from this fund for such debt service shall not

exceed $260,000: And provided further, That expenditures may be made

from the special employment security fund for the wheat harvest pro-

gram: And provided further, That expenditures from this fund for the

wheat harvest program shall not exceed $60,899: And provided further,

That expenditures may be made from the special employment security

fund for payment of the portion of services provided by the central motor

pool which are required to be paid from nonfederal funds: And provided

further, That expenditures from this fund for payment of such central

motor pool services shall not exceed $35,000: And provided further, That

expenditures may be made from the special employment security fund

for moving, rent and associated costs due to the remodeling of the ad-

ministrative office: And provided further, That expenditures from this

fund for the cost of remodeling such administrative office shall not exceed

$340,000: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from

the special employment security fund for the payment of operating ex-

penses for the subprograms of legal services, industrial safety and the

public employees relations board: And provided further, That expendi-

tures from this fund shall not exceed $10,000 for the legal services sub-

program, $27,162 for industrial safety subprogram, and $5,000 for public

employees relations board subprogram.

Employment security administration fundNo limit
State workplace health and safety fundNo limit
Wage claims assignment fee fundNo limit
Employment security computer systems institute fundNo limit
JTPA EDWAA discretion state operations fundNo limit
Workforce investment act state operations fundNo limit
Welfare to work grant--federal fundNo limit
Workforce investment act non-state operations fundNo limit
Human resources special projects fundNo limit
Advisory committee on Hispanic affairs--donationsfundNo limit
Committee on employment of the handicapped--gifts,grants and donations fundNo limit
Federal indirect cost offset fund$304,020
Dispute resolution fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received by the secretary of human resources

for reimbursement of expenditures for the costs incurred for mediation

under K.S.A. 72-5427 and amendments thereto and for fact-finding under

K.S.A. 72-5428 and amendments thereto shall be deposited in the state

treasury and credited to the dispute resolution fund: Provided further,

That expenditures may be made from this fund to pay the costs incurred

for mediation under K.S.A. 72-5427 and amendments thereto and for

fact-finding under K.S.A. 72-5428 and amendments thereto, subject to

full reimbursement therefor by the board of education and the profes-

sional employees' organization involved in such mediation and fact-find-

ing procedures.

Employment security fundNo limit
Employment security administration property sale fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of human resources, in consultation with the

secretary of administration, is hereby authorized to make expenditures

from the employment security administration property sale fund to pur-

chase or acquire by exchange additional real estate to provide space for

the job service and unemployment insurance programs of the department

of human resources, including the initiation, planning and completion of

capital improvements on such real estate for such purposes: Provided,

however, That no expenditures shall be made from this fund for a pro-

posed purchase or other acquisition of additional real estate to provide

space for the job service and unemployment insurance programs of the

department of human resources until such proposed purchase or other

acquisition, including the preliminary plans and program statement for

any capital improvement project that is proposed to be initiated and com-

pleted by or for the department of human resources on such real estate

for such purposes, have been reviewed by the joint committee on state

building construction.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of human resources from the employment se-

curity fund for fiscal year 2003, expenditures may be made by the above

agency from the employment security fund during fiscal year 2003 from

moneys made available to the state under section 903 of the federal social

security act, as amended: Provided, That expenditures from this fund

during fiscal year 2003 of moneys made available to the state under sec-

tion 903 of the federal social security act, as amended, shall be made only

for administration of the unemployment insurance program: Provided

further, That expenditures from this fund during fiscal year 2003 of mon-

eys made available to the state under section 903 of the federal social

security act, as amended, for administration of the unemployment insur-

ance program shall not exceed $780,251.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of human resources from moneys appropriated

from any special revenue fund for fiscal year 2002 or fiscal year 2003 as

authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session

of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the department of human

resources for fiscal year 2002 and fiscal year 2003 from the moneys ap-

propriated from any special revenue fund for the expenses of the sale,

exchange or other disposition conveying title for any portion or all of the

real estate of the department of human resources: Provided, That such

expenditures may be made and such sale, exchange or other disposition

conveying title for any portion or all of the real estate of the department

of human resources may be executed or otherwise effectuated only upon

specific authorization by the state finance council acting on this matter,

which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and

subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c

and amendments thereto and acting after receiving the recommendations

of the joint committee on state building construction: Provided, however,

That no such sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for any

portion of the real estate of the department of human resources until the

proposed sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for such real

estate has been reviewed by the joint committee on state building con-

struction: Provided further, That the net proceeds from the sale of any

of the real estate of the department of human resources shall be deposited

in the state treasury to the credit of the employment security administra-

tion property sale fund of the department of human resources: Provided,

however, That expenditures from such fund shall not exceed the limita-

tion established for fiscal year 2003 by this or other appropriation act of

the 2002 regular session of the legislature except upon approval of the

state finance council.

(e) On July 1, 2002, or whenever sufficient funds are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $500,000 from the work-

men's compensation fee fund of the department of human resources to

the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the

workmen's compensation fee fund of the department of human resources

to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the

state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, per-

sonnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

Sec. 92.


KANSAS COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures--veterans affairs$1,655,527
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expendi-

tures--veterans affairs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That ex-

penditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $2,092 ex-

cept upon approval of the state finance council.

Operations-state veterans cemeteries $113,103
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations-state vet-

erans cemeteries account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Operating expenditures--Kansas soldiers' home$1,280,285
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expendi-

tures--Kansas soldiers' home account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however,

That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed

$250 except upon approval of the state finance council.

Operating expenditures--Kansas veterans' home$1,335,948
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expendi-

tures--Kansas veterans' home account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however,

That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed

$215,134 except upon approval of the state finance council.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Kansas commission on veterans affairs fundNo limit
Soldiers' home fee fundNo limit
Soldiers' home benefit fundNo limit
Soldiers' home work therapy fundNo limit
Veterans' home fee fundNo limit
Persian Gulf War veterans health initiative fundNo limit
Veterans' home canteen fundNo limit
Veterans' home benefit fundNo limit
Soldiers' home outpatient clinic fundNo limit
State veterans cemeteries fee fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,500 from the soldiers'

home work therapy fund to the soldiers' home benefit fund.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $30,000 from the co-

ordinated public transportation assistance fund of the department of

transportation to the veterans' home fee fund of the Kansas commission

on veterans affairs: Provided, That such moneys shall be used only for

the purchase of a wheel chair lift van for the Kansas veterans' home.

Sec. 93.


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$17,277,241
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

SIDS network grant$25,000
Vaccine purchases$674,896
Infant and toddler program$1,992,000
Aid to local units$5,026,549
Provided, That expenditures from the aid to local units account for child

care licensure activities are hereby authorized to be made for contracts

which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of health

and environment with local health departments, private individuals and

others: Provided further, That all expenditures from this account for state

financial assistance to local health departments shall be in accordance

with the formula prescribed by K.S.A. 65-241 through 65-246 and amend-

ments thereto.

Aid to local units--primary health projects$1,520,840
Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the aid to local

units--primary health projects account to disburse any amount to a local

government or other health care unit until the amount has been matched

on a $1 for $1 basis by the local government or other health care unit on

a cash or in-kind basis, or some combination thereof, as approved by the

secretary of health and environment.

Teen pregnancy prevention activities$563,312
Provided, That expenditures from the teen pregnancy prevention activi-

ties account shall be made to give highest priority to recipients of aid to

families with dependent children and other medicaid eligible teens: Pro-

vided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for

grants made pursuant to K.S.A. 65-1,158 and amendments thereto: Pro-

vided, however, That no expenditures shall be made from this account to

disburse any amount to the recipient of any grant pursuant to K.S.A. 65-

1,158 and amendments thereto until the amount has been matched in

the manner prescribed by K.S.A. 65-1,158 and amendments thereto.

Aid to local units--family planning$98,880
Provided, That all expenditures from the aid to local units--family plan-

ning account shall be in accordance with grant agreements entered into

by the secretary of health and environment and grant recipients: Provided

further, That all expenditures from this account pursuant to such grant

agreements shall be made only for the costs of pap smears or initial and

follow-up laboratory tests.

Immunization programs$350,000
Provided, That all expenditures from the immunization programs account

shall be for the purpose of providing expanded immunization services at

local health departments.

Match for title XIX for nursing home inspections$819,891
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the match for title XIX for

nursing home inspections account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Pregnancy maintenance initiative $300,000
Provided, That expenditures from the pregnancy maintenance initiative

account of the department of health and environment for fiscal year 2003

shall be made pursuant to contracts for programs that provide services

for women which enable them to carry their pregnancies to term, which

are hereby authorized and directed to be entered into by the secretary

of health and environment.

Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in each

of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003:

Vaccine purchases; infant and toddler program; AIDS medications; aid

to local units; aid to local units--primary health projects; Aid to local

units--family planning, Pregnancy maintenance initiative, SIDS network

grant; teen pregnancy prevention activities; immunization programs.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Environmental permit fundNo limit
Air quality fee fundNo limit
Title XIX fundNo limit
Provided, That transfers of moneys from this fund to the state fire marshal

may be made during fiscal year 2003 pursuant to a contract which is

hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of health and en-

vironment with the state fire marshal to provide fire and safety inspections

for adult care homes and hospitals.

GIS fund No limit
Provided, That all moneys received by the department of health and en-

vironment for GIS activities from the state water plan fund, as determined

by the secretary of health and environment shall be credited to the GIS

fund.

Health care database fee fundNo limit
Vital statistics maintenance fee fundNo limit
Laboratory medicaid cost recovery fundNo limit
Hazardous waste collection fundNo limit
Driving under the influence equipment fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the driving under the influence equip-

ment fund may be made only for the purpose of purchasing blood or

breath alcohol concentration testing equipment, and other related ex-

penditures.

Power generating facility fee fundNo limit
Breast and cervical cancer program and detection fundNo limit
Health and environment training fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the health and environ-

ment training fee fund for acquisition and distribution of health and en-

vironment program literature and films and for participation in or con-

ducting training seminars for training employees of the department of

health and environment, for training recipients of state aid from the de-

partment of health and environment and for training representatives of

industries affected by rules and regulations of the department of health

and environment: Provided further, That the secretary of health and en-

vironment is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to

recover costs incurred for such acquisition and distribution of literature

and films and for the operation of such seminars: And provided further,

That such fees may be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs:

And provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be

deposited in the state treasury and credited to this fund: And provided

further, That in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures

may be made by the department of health and environment from moneys

appropriated from the health and environment training fee fund for fiscal

year 2003, expenditures may be made by the department of health and

environment from the health and environment training fee fund for fiscal

year 2003 for agency operations.

Capacity management assistance fundNo limit
Food service inspection reimbursement fundNo limit
Food inspection fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the food inspection fee

fund for operating expenditures for the food inspection program and

other activities for the regulation of food service establishments, food

vending machines, food vending machine companies and food vending

machine dealers under the food service and lodging act: Provided further,

That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 36-512 and amendments

thereto to the contrary, all moneys received from fees charged and col-

lected by the secretary of health and environment under the food in-

spection program and other activities for the regulation of food service

establishments, food vending machines, food vending machine companies

and food vending machine dealers under the food service and lodging act

shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this food inspection

fee fund: And provided further, That, on July 1, 2002, and on the first

day of each month thereafter, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer from the food inspection fee fund to the food service inspection

reimbursement fund an amount equal to 80% of all fees credited to the

food inspection fee fund where food service inspection services are pro-

vided by a local agency under contract with the secretary to inspect food

service establishments located in a municipality.

Mined-land conservation and reclamation fee fundNo limit
Insurance statistical plan fundNo limit
Solid waste management fundNo limit
Public water supply fee fundNo limit
Voluntary cleanup fundNo limit
Storage tank fee fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Nuclear safety emergency preparedness special revenuefundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received from the adjutant general from the

nuclear safety management fee fund shall be credited to the nuclear safety

emergency preparedness special revenue fund.

Health facilities review fundNo limit
Waste tire management fundNo limit
Health and environment publication fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the health and environment publica-

tion fee fund shall be made only for the purpose of paying the expenses

of publishing documents as required by K.S.A. 75-5662 and amendments

thereto.

District coroners fundNo limit
Provided, That, notwithstanding provisions of K.S.A. 22a-245 and amend-

ments thereto, moneys may be expended by the department of health

and environment from the district coroners fund for expenditures made

pursuant to K.S.A. 22a-242 and amendments thereto: Provided further,

That, notwithstanding any provisions of K.S.A. 39-713d, and amendments

thereto, to the contrary, expenditures shall be made by the secretary of

health and environment from this fund for fiscal year 2003 for burial

expenses otherwise in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 39-713d,

and amendments thereto, from the amount of moneys transferred to this

fund from the state general fund for such purpose: And provided further,

That the secretary of social and rehabilitation services and the secretary

of health and environment shall enter into an interagency agreement,

which is hereby authorized to be entered into, to facilitate the identifi-

cation of eligible public assistance recipients who qualify for the funeral

assistance program administered by the secretary of health and environ-

ment for fiscal year 2003: And provided further, That expenditures from

this fund for such burial assistance program for fiscal year 2003 shall not

exceed $470,000.

Local air quality control authority regulation servicesfundNo limit
Environmental response fundNo limit
Mined-land reclamation fundNo limit
Adult care licensing revolving fundNo limit
Sponsored project overhead fundNo limit
Child care facilities licensure fundNo limit
Federal cancer registry fundNo limit
Clinical laboratory improvement amendments--federalfundNo limit
Child care and development block grant--federal fundNo limit
Office of rural health--federal fundNo limit
EPA--core support fundNo limit
Renal disease fundNo limit
Medicare fund--federalNo limit
Provided, That transfers of moneys from this fund to the state fire marshal

may be made during fiscal year 2003 pursuant to a contract which is

hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of health and en-

vironment and the state fire marshal to provide fire and safety inspections

for adult care homes and hospitals.

Federal migrant health program fundNo limit
Venereal disease control project fund--federalNo limit
Disease prevention and health promotion federal grantsfundNo limit
Provided, That no moneys from any grant that requires the matching

expenditure of any other moneys in the state treasury during the current

or any ensuing fiscal year shall be deposited to the credit of the disease

prevention and health promotion federal grants fund: Provided further,

That transfers or payments from this fund to other state agencies shall be

in addition to any expenditure limitation placed on this fund.

Federal air quality program fundNo limit
Federal women, infants and children health programfundNo limit
Federal occupational health and safety statistics programfundNo limit
EPA water related federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That no moneys from any grant that requires the matching

expenditure of any other moneys in the state treasury during the current

or any ensuing fiscal year shall be deposited to the credit of the EPA

water related federal grants fund.

Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $150,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $150,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during the current

or any ensuing fiscal year: Provided further, That transfers or payments

from this fund to other state agencies shall be in addition to any expend-

iture limitation placed on this fund.

Federal chemical emergency preparedness assistancefundNo limit
Provided, That all expenditures from the federal chemical emergency

preparedness assistance fund during fiscal year 2003 shall be in accord-

ance with a grant agreement entered into by the secretary of health and

environment and each grant recipient: Provided further, That such grant

agreement shall require the grant recipient or recipients to provide any

matching amount of moneys necessary to meet any federal matching

requirements: And provided further, That no expenditures shall be made

from this fund for state operations.

State legalization impact assistance grant fundNo limit
Water supply fund--federalNo limit
EPA voluntary cleanup federal fundNo limit
Provided, That all expenditures from the EPA voluntary cleanup federal

fund during fiscal year 2003 shall be supplemental to fees collected for

direct or indirect costs of administering the voluntary cleanup and prop-

erty redevelopment act: Provided, however, That such expenditures shall

be in accordance with the federal agreement entered into by the secretary

of health and environment for the grant moneys.

Immunization grant funds--federal fundNo limit
Diagnostic X-ray program--federal fundNo limit
Title I--P.L. 99-457 child development--federal fundNo limit
Resource conservation and recovery act--federal fundNo limit
Preventive health and health services block grant fundNo limit
Maternal and child health services block grant fundNo limit
National center for health statistics fund--federal No limit
Federal EPA underground injection control fundNo limit
Federal EPA 106 water pollution control fundNo limit
Federal title X family planning fundNo limit
Pregnancy nutrition surveillance--federal fundNo limit
Radiological environmental cooperative monitoring--fed-eral fundNo limit
Early childhood developmental services--federal fundNo limit
104(6)(1) outreach operator training program--federalfundNo limit
Underground storage tank fund--federalNo limit
Commodity supplemental food program fundNo limit
Special child clinic program--federal fundNo limit
Make a difference information network--federal fundNo limit
Census of traumatic occupational fatalities--federalfundNo limit
Ryan White Title II-- federal fundNo limit
Leaking underground storage tank trust--federal fundNo limit
National surface mining control and reclamation act--fed-eral fundNo limit
Abandoned mined-land fundNo limit
State indoor radon grant--federal fundNo limit
EPA non-point source implementation--federal fundNo limit
Pollution prevention program--federal fundNo limit
Federal NICE3 public utility grant fundNo limit
Gifts, grants and donations fundNo limit
Hazardous waste perpetual care trust fundNo limit
Special bequest fundNo limit
Aboveground petroleum storage tank release trust fundNo limit
Underground petroleum storage tank release trust fundNo limit
Drycleaning facility release trust fundNo limit
Public water supply loan fundNo limit
Salt solution mining plugging fundNo limit
Kansas water pollution control revolving fundNo limit
Provided, That the proceeds from revenue bonds issued by the Kansas

development finance authority to provide matching grant payments under

the federal clean water act of 1987 (P.L. 92-500) shall be credited to the

Kansas water pollution control revolving fund: Provided further, That

expenditures from this fund shall be made to provide for the payment of

such matching grants.

Cost of issuance fund for Kansas water pollution controlrevolving fund revenue bondsNo limit
Surcharge fund for Kansas water pollution control revolv-ing fund revenue bondsNo limit
Debt service reserve fundNo limit
Bicycle helmet revolving fundNo limit
SSA fee fundNo limit
Lead poisoning prevention--federal fundNo limit
Wetlands protection--federal fundNo limit
Title IV-E--federal fundNo limit
Teenage pregnancy program evaluation fundNo limit
Lead-based paint hazard fee fundNo limit
Trauma fundNo limit
Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 75-

5670 and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made by the de-

partment of health and environment for fiscal year 2003 for the stroke

prevention project from the trauma fund of the department of health and

environment: Provided, however, That expenditures for the stroke pre-

vention project from the trauma fund for fiscal year 2003 shall not exceed

$156,000.

Hazardous waste management fundNo limit
Oz theme park fundNo limit
Sunflower army ammunition plant remediation trustfundNo limit
Provided, That during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002, and June 30,

2003, the amounts transferred by the director of accounts and reports

from each of the special revenue funds of the department of health and

environment to the sponsored project overhead fund of the department

of health and environment pursuant to section 128(j) of 2001 Senate Bill

No. 57 may include amounts equal to up to 20% of the expenditures from

such special revenue fund, excepting expenditures for contractual serv-

ices.

Federal homeland security fundNo limit

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water

plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for the water plan

project or projects specified as follows:

Contamination remediation$1,216,656
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the contamination reme-

diation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Local environmental protection program$1,620,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the local environmental

protection program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Nonpoint source program$387,939
TMDL initiatives and use attainability analysis$415,613

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of

health and environment, with the approval of the director of the budget,

may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003

from the state water plan fund for the department of health and environ-

ment to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state

water plan fund for the department of health and environment: Provided,

That the secretary of health and environment shall certify each such trans-

fer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of

each such certification to the director of the legislative research depart-

ment.

(e) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Healthy start$250,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the healthy start account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Infants and toddlers program $500,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the infants and toddlers

program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from such reappropriated balance shall be made only upon approval of

the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby character-

ized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines

prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto.

Smoking prevention$500,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the smoking prevention

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall be made only upon approval of the state

finance council acting on this matter which is hereby characterized as a

matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed

in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto.

(f) On July 1, 2002, and on other occasions when necessary, the di-

rector of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the

secretary of health and environment, which amounts constitute reim-

bursements, credits and other amounts received by the department for

activities related to federal programs, from specified special revenue

funds of the department of health and environment to the sponsored

project overhead fund of the department of health and environment.

(g) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$180,000 from the health care stabilization fund of the health care sta-

bilization fund board of governors to the health facilities review fund of

the department of health and environment for the purpose of financing

a review of records of licensed medical care facilities and an analysis of

quality of health care services provided to assist in correcting substandard

services and to reduce the incidence of liability resulting from the ren-

dering of health care services and implementing the risk management

provisions of K.S.A. 65-4922 et seq., and amendments thereto.

(h) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $723,000 from the child

care development block grant federal fund of the department of social

and rehabilitation services to the child care and development block

grant--federal fund of the department of health and environment.

(i) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $544,321 from the foster

care assistance federal fund of the department of social and rehabilitation

services to the title IV-E--federal fund of the department of health and

environment.

(j) On and after July 1, 2002, during the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the director of accounts and reports shall not make the transfers of

amounts of interest earnings from the state general fund to the air quality

fee fund of the department of health and environment which are directed

to be made on or before the 10th day of each month by K.S.A. 2001 Supp.

65-3024 and amendments thereto.

(k) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the

secretary of health and environment from any one or more special reve-

nue funds of the department of health and environment, which have

available moneys, to the sponsored project overhead fund of the depart-

ment of health and environment for expenditures for administrative ex-

penses.

(l) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of health and environment from moneys appro-

priated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for

fiscal year 2003 and from which expenditures may be made for salaries

and wages, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2002

regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the de-

partment of health and environment from such moneys appropriated

from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for fiscal

year 2003 for up to four full-time equivalent positions in the unclassified

service under the Kansas civil service act: Provided, That all such addi-

tional full-time equivalent positions in the unclassified service under the

Kansas civil service act shall be in addition to other positions within the

department of health and environment in the unclassified service as pre-

scribed by law and shall be established by the secretary of health and

environment within the position limitation established for the department

of health and environment on the number of full-time and regular part-

time positions equated to full-time, excluding seasonal and temporary

positions, paid from appropriations for fiscal year 2003 made by this or

other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature:

Provided, however, That the authority to establish such additional posi-

tions in the unclassified service shall not affect the classified service status

of any person who is an employee of the department of health and en-

vironment in the classified service under the Kansas civil service act.

(m) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of health and environment from moneys appro-

priated from the food inspection fee fund for fiscal year 2003, expendi-

tures may be made by the department of health and environment for food

inspection program activities involving grocery stores and food processing

plants.

(n) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2002, and June 30, 2003,

the amounts transferred by the director of accounts and reports from

each of the special revenue funds of the department of health and envi-

ronment to the sponsored project overhead fund of the department of

health and environment pursuant to section 128(j) of 2001 Senate Bill

No. 57 may include amounts equal to up to 25% of the expenditures from

such special revenue fund, excepting expenditures for contractual serv-

ices.

(o) Notwithstanding any other provision of the law to the contrary,

during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, moneys from one or more

special revenue funds of the department of health and environment may

be used for operating expenditures for the above agency: Provided, how-

ever, That expenditures from such special revenue funds for operating

expenditures shall not exceed $2,000,000: Provided further, That such

expenditures shall not be made from the aboveground petroleum storage

tank release trust fund or the underground petroleum storage tank release

trust fund.

(p) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $470,000 from the state

general fund to the district coroners fund of the department of health

and environment.

Sec. 94.


DEPARTMENT ON AGING

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Administration$498,701
Provided, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality by

the secretary of aging shall not exceed $550: Provided further, That ex-

penditures from this account may be made for printing the agency's news-

letter: And provided further, That printing the agency's newsletter shall

not be subject to K.S.A. 75-1005 and amendments thereto: And provided

further, That the amounts of any moneys encumbered in the administra-

tion account as of June 30, 2002, for the senior care companion program

at Fort Hays state university or for the senior care companion program

at Riverside Hospital in Wichita, Kansas, are hereby reappropriated to

the administration account for fiscal year 2003 and expenditures may be

made from such amounts from this account for such programs for fiscal

year 2003.

Administration--assessments$132,414
Administration--assessments--Level II care$32,500
Administration--assessments--Level I care$286,878
Administration--medicaid$2,727,342
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the administration account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, other than the amounts of any

moneys encumbered in the administration account as of June 30, 2002,

for the senior care companion program at Fort Hays state university or

for the senior care companion program at Riverside Hospital in Wichita,

Kansas, is hereby reappropriated to the administration--medicaid ac-

count for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from

such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $528,965 except upon ap-

proval of the state finance council.

Administration--older Americans act match$177,918
Senior care act$7,888,092
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the program grants account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the

senior care act account for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That each

grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a grant from the senior

care act account shall require the area agency on aging to submit to the

secretary of aging a report for federal fiscal year 2002 by the area agency

on aging which shall include information about the kinds of services pro-

vided and the number of persons receiving each kind of service during

federal fiscal year 2002: And provided further, That the secretary of aging

shall submit to the senate committee on ways and means and the house

of representatives committee on appropriations at the beginning of the

regular session of the legislature in 2003 a report of the information con-

tained in such reports from the area agencies on aging on expenditures

for federal fiscal year 2002: And provided further, That all people receiv-

ing or applying for services that are funded, either partially or entirely,

through expenditures from this account shall be placed in appropriate

services which are determined to be the most economical services avail-

able with regard to state general fund expenditures.

Program grants--in-home nutrition program$1,493,015
Provided, That each grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a

grant from the program grants--in-home nutrition program account shall

require the area agency on aging to submit to the secretary of aging a

report for federal fiscal year 2002 by the area agency on aging which shall

include information about the kinds of services provided and the number

of persons receiving each kind of service during federal fiscal year 2002:

Provided further, That the secretary of aging shall submit to the senate

committee on ways and means and the house of representatives com-

mittee on appropriations at the beginning of the regular session of the

legislature in 2003 a report of the information contained in such reports

from the area agencies on aging on expenditures for federal fiscal year

2002: And provided further, That all people receiving or applying for

services that are funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures

from this account shall be placed in appropriate services which are de-

termined to be the most economical services available with regard to state

general fund expenditures.

Program grants--nutrition--state match$823,832
Provided, That each grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a

grant from the program grants--nutrition--state match account shall re-

quire the area agency on aging to submit to the secretary of aging a report

for federal fiscal year 2002 by the area agency on aging which shall include

information about the kinds of services provided and the number of per-

sons receiving each kind of service during federal fiscal year 2002: Pro-

vided further, That the secretary of aging shall submit to the senate com-

mittee on ways and means and the house of representatives committee

on appropriations at the beginning of the regular session of the legislature

in 2003 a report of the information contained in such reports from the

area agencies on aging on expenditures for federal fiscal year 2002: And

provided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that

are funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from this

account shall be placed in appropriate services which are determined to

be the most economical services available with regard to state general

fund expenditures.

LTC--medicaid assistance--TCM/FE$2,200,320
Provided, That all people receiving or applying for services that are

funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from the LTC--

medicaid assistance--TCM/FE account shall be placed in appropriate

services which are determined to be the most economical services avail-

able with regard to state general fund expenditures.

LTC--medicaid assistance--HCBS/FE$3,062,845
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the long term care account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the

LTC--medicaid assistance--HCBS/FE account for fiscal year 2003: Pro-

vided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that are

funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from the LTC--

medicaid assistance--HCBS/FE account shall be placed in appropriate

services which are determined to be the most economical services avail-

able with regard to state general fund expenditures.

LTC--medicaid assistance--NF$125,015,552
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the LTC--medicaid as-

sistance--NF account for the PACE program: Provided further, That all

people receiving or applying for services that are funded, either partially

or entirely, through expenditures from this account shall be placed in

appropriate services which are determined to be the most economical

services available with regard to state general fund expenditures.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Older Americans act--federal fundNo limit
Title XIX fund--federalNo limit
Nutrition fund--federalNo limit
Conferences and workshops attendance and publicationsfees fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of aging is hereby authorized to fix, charge

and collect conference and workshop attendance fees for conferences and

workshops sponsored by the department on aging and fees for copies of

publications: Provided further, That such fees shall be deposited in the

state treasury and credited to the conferences and workshops attendance

and publications fees fund: And provided further, That expenditures may

be made from this fund to defray all or part of the costs of such confer-

ences and workshops including official hospitality and of such

publications.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of aging is hereby authorized to collect (1)

fees from the sale of surplus property, (2) fees charged for searching,

copying and transmitting copies of public records, (3) fees paid by em-

ployees for personal long distance calls, postage, faxed messages, copies

and other authorized uses of state property, and (4) other miscellaneous

fees: Provided further, That such fees shall be deposited in the state

treasury and credited to the general fees fund: And provided further, That

expenditures shall be made from this fund to meet the obligations of the

department on aging, or to benefit and meet the mission of the depart-

ment on aging.

Gifts and donations fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of aging is hereby authorized to receive gifts

and donations of money for services to senior citizens or purposes related

thereto: Provided further, That such gifts and donations of money shall

be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the gifts and donations

fund.

Title XIX fund--federalNo limit
Medical resources and collection fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received or collected by the secretary of aging

due to medicaid overpayments shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to the medical resources and collection fund and expendi-

tures from such fund shall be made for medicaid program-related ex-

penses and used to reduce state general fund outlays for the medicaid

program: Provided further, That all moneys received or collected by the

secretary of aging due to civil monetary penalty assessments against adult

care homes shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this

fund and expenditures from such fund shall be made to protect the health

or property of adult care home residents as required by federal law.

State medicaid match fund--department on aging$10,973,923
Senior services fund$1,200,000
Long-term care loan and grant fundNo limit
HCBS programs fund--department on aging$226,077
Aging--IGT fund$7,446,983
Intergovernmental transfer administration fundNo limit
Non-government grant fundNo limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of aging,

with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of

any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, from

the state general fund for the department on aging to another item of

appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state general fund for the

department on aging. The secretary of aging shall certify each such trans-

fer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of

each such certification to the legislative research department.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,628,783 from the

senior services trust fund of the Kansas public employees retirement sys-

tem to the aging--IGT fund of the department on aging.

(e) On July 1, 2002, or whenever sufficient funds are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $500,000 from the long

term care loan and grant fund of the department on aging to the state

general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the long term

care loan and grant fund of the department on aging to the state general

fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund

for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and pur-

chasing services and any other governmental services which are per-

formed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

Sec. 95.


DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND REHABILITATION SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

State operations$95,357,589
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state operations ac-

count in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for

fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from

this account for the purchase of professional liability insurance for phy-

sicians and dentists at any institution, as defined by K.S.A. 76-12a01 and

amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures from this

account for official hospitality by the secretary of social and rehabilitation

services shall not exceed $500.

Alcohol and drug abuse services grants$3,535,388
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the alcohol and drug abuse

services grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Mental health and retardation services aid

and assistance

$89,151,475
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the mental health and re-

tardation services aid and assistance account in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further,

That the department of social and rehabilitation services, hereinafter

known as the department, in all of fiscal year 2003, shall conduct and pay

for community mental health services in the same manner as done in

fiscal year 2002: And provided further, That the department distribute

all additional dollars appropriated by the 2002 legislature above the

amount appropriated in fiscal year 2002 for children's mental health serv-

ices based on fiscal year 2002 medicaid utilization rates: And provided

further, That the department may utilize amounts budgeted in regular

medicaid for mental health services to assure all community mental health

centers have adequate certified match: And provided further, That in

addition, if the department determines that any community mental health

center does not have adequate certified match based on fiscal year 2002

medicaid utilization the department may reallocate existing grant funds

based on a proportional share of all existing state fund to the minimum

extent necessary to assure all community mental health centers have ad-

equate certified match: And provided further, That the medicaid rates in

effect on February 14, 2002, remain in effect for the balance of fiscal

year 2002 and fiscal year 2003: And provided further, That the depart-

ment and the association of community mental health centers of Kansas,

inc., shall jointly develop a report on agreed upon methods for continuing

the existing medicaid rates for fiscal year 2004 that meet all applicable

federal laws and regulations and present the plan to the senate committee

on ways and means and house committee on appropriations by January

31, 2003: And provided further, That any such plan shall also report how

the financing plan in fiscal year 2003 is impacting access, service provision

and accountability: And provided further, That the secretary of social and

rehabilitation services shall complete a valid resident assessment on each

individual residing in NF/MH facilities with the support of medical as-

sistance funds and identify adequate alternative community services to

assure effective care and treatment before such individual is scheduled

for discharge from a facility: And provided further, That prior to the fiscal

year commencing on July 1, 2003, the department of social and rehabil-

itation services shall not restrict admissions to nursing facilities for mental

health or remove patients from nursing facilities for mental health who

have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness for whom

alternative services are not adequate: And provided further, That dupli-

cate assessment screens are discontinued after July 1, 2002, so that no

more than one assessment is required annually except where significant

change has occurred: And provided further, That selected professional

services denied after February 1, 2002, shall be reimbursed retroactively,

and that department of social and rehabilitation services policy shall allow

for NF/MH facilities to provide continuation of community services.

Kansas neurological institute--operating expenditures$9,787,828
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas neurological

institute--operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, how-

ever, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not ex-

ceed $8,734 except upon approval of the state finance council: Provided

further, That expenditures from the Kansas neurological institute--op-

erating expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent

shall not exceed $150: And provided further, That expenditures may be

made from this account for educational services contracts which are

hereby authorized to be negotiated and entered into by Kansas neuro-

logical institute with unified school districts or other public educational

services providers: And provided further, That such educational services

contracts shall not be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of

K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto: And provided further, That

expenditures shall be made from this account to assist residents of the

institution to take personally-used items, which were constructed for use

by such residents and which are hereby authorized to be transferred to

such residents, from the institution to communities when such residents

leave the institution to reside in the communities.

Larned state hospital--operating expenditures$10,551,306
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned state hospital--

operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That ex-

penditures from such reappropriated balance shall be made only upon

approval of the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures

from the Larned state hospital --operating expenditures account for of-

ficial hospitality by the superintendent shall not exceed $150: And pro-

vided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for ed-

ucational services contracts which are hereby authorized to be negotiated

and entered into by Larned state hospital with unified school districts or

other public educational services providers: And provided further, That

such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive

bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto.

Osawatomie state hospital--operating expenditures $6,298,953
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Osawatomie state hos-

pital--operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however,

That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed

$150 except upon approval of the state finance council: Provided further,

That expenditures from the Osawatomie state hospital--operating ex-

penditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall not

exceed $150: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from

this account for educational services contracts which are hereby author-

ized to be negotiated and entered into by Osawatomie state hospital with

unified school districts or other public educational services providers: And

provided further, That such educational services contracts shall not be

subject to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and

amendments thereto.

Parsons state hospital and training center--operatingexpenditures$6,704,185
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Parsons state hospital

and training center--operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as

of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided,

however, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not

exceed $150 except upon approval of the state finance council: Provided

further, That expenditures from the Parsons state hospital and training

center--operating expenditures account for official hospitality by the su-

perintendent shall not exceed $150: And provided further, That expend-

itures may be made from this account for educational services contracts

which are hereby authorized to be negotiated and entered into by Parsons

state hospital and training center with unified school districts or other

public educational services providers: And provided further, That such

educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive bid-

ding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto: And pro-

vided further, That expenditures shall be made from this account to assist

residents of the institution to take personally-used items, which were con-

structed for use by such residents and which are hereby authorized to be

transferred to such residents, from the institution to communities when

such residents leave the institution to reside in the communities.

Rainbow mental health facility--operating expenditures$697,077
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Rainbow mental health

facility--operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however,

That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed

$150 except upon approval of the state finance council: Provided further,

That expenditures from the Rainbow mental health facility--operating

expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall

not exceed $150: And provided further, That expenditures may be made

from this account for educational services contracts which are hereby

authorized to be negotiated and entered into by Rainbow mental health

facility with unified school districts or other public educational services

providers: And provided further, That such educational services contracts

shall not be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A.

75-3739 and amendments thereto.

Children's mental health initiative$1,000,000
Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the children's mental

health initiative account for inpatient hospital beds for children.

Children's health insurance$12,785,911
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children's health in-

surance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That any health mainte-

nance organization which contracts with the department of social and

rehabilitation services to provide managed care physical health benefits

under the HealthWave Program and also contracts with the department

of social and rehabilitation services to provide managed care physical

health benefits under the PrimeCare Program may be eligible for en-

hanced funding under the Title XXI program.

Youth services aid and assistance$70,738,364
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the youth services aid and

assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That the consensus es-

timating group for the department of social and rehabilitation services

shall include foster care and adoption services in caseload estimates.

Vocational rehabilitation aid and assistance$3,617,837
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the vocational rehabilitation

aid and assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That expenditures

may be made from this account for the acquisition of durable medical

equipment and assistive technology devices: Provided, however, That all

such expenditures for durable equipment or assistive technology devices

shall require a $1 for $1 match from non-state sources: And provided

further, That expenditures may be made from this account by the sec-

retary of social and rehabilitation services for the purchase of worker's

compensation insurance for consumers of vocational rehabilitation serv-

ices and assessments at work site and job tryout sites throughout the state.

Cash assistance$52,765,284
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the cash assistance account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Community based services$20,217,984
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community based serv-

ices account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Other medical assistance$296,046,072
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the other medical assis-

tance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Sex predator program$2,292,251
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the sex predator program

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Title XIX fund$50,538,731
Provided, That all receipts resulting from payments under title XIX of

the federal social security act to any of the institutions under mental

health and retardation services may be credited to the title XIX fund:

Provided further, That moneys in the title XIX fund may be used for

expenditures for contractual services to provide for collecting additional

payments under title XVIII and title XIX of the federal social security act,

for expenditures for premiums and surcharges required to be paid for

physicians' malpractice insurance, and for transfers to the social welfare

fund.

Kansas neurological institute fee fund$1,044,781
Kansas neurological institute--foster grandparents pro-gram--federal fundNo limit
Kansas neurological institute--patient benefit fundNo limit
Kansas neurological institute--work therapy patient ben-efit fundNo limit
Larned state hospital fee fund$1,675,160
Larned state hospital--elementary and secondary educa-tion fund--federalNo limit
Larned state hospital--vocational education fund--federalNo limit
Larned state hospital--ECIA fund--federal No limit
Larned state hospital--canteen fundNo limit
Larned state hospital--patient benefit fundNo limit
Larned state hospital--motor pool revolving fundNo limit
Larned state hospital--IGT fund$10,000,000
Osawatomie state hospital fee fund$2,988,456
Provided, That all moneys received as fees for the use of video telecon-

ferencing equipment at Osawatomie state hospital shall be deposited to

the credit of the video teleconferencing fee account of the Osawatomie

state hospital fee fund: Provided further, That all moneys credited to the

video teleconferencing fee account shall be used solely for the servicing,

technical and program support, maintenance and replacement of associ-

ated equipment at Osawatomie state hospital: And provided further, That

any expenditures from the video teleconferencing fee account shall be in

addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the Osawatomie state

hospital fee fund for fiscal year 2003.

Osawatomie state hospital--ECIA fund--federalNo limit
Osawatomie state hospital--canteen fundNo limit
Osawatomie state hospital--patient benefit fundNo limit
Osawatomie state hospital--work therapy patient benefitfundNo limit
Osawatomie state hospital--motor pool revolving fundNo limit
Osawatomie state hospital--training fee revolving fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received as fees for training activities for Os-

awatomie state hospital shall be deposited to the credit of the Osawatomie

state hospital--training fee revolving fund: Provided further, That the

superintendent of Osawatomie state hospital is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for training activities at Osawatomie state hospital:

And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover

all or part of the expenses of such training activities for Osawatomie state

hospital.

Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund$937,177
Provided, That all moneys received as fees for the use of video telecon-

ferencing equipment at Parsons state hospital and training center shall

be deposited to the credit of the video teleconferencing fee account of

the Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund: Provided further,

That all moneys credited to the video teleconferencing fee account shall

be used solely for the servicing, maintenance and replacement of video

teleconferencing equipment at Parsons state hospital and training center:

And provided further, That any expenditures from the video teleconfer-

encing fee account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation im-

posed on the Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund for fiscal

year 2003.

Parsons state hospital and training center--canteenfundNo limit
Parsons state hospital and training center--patient benefitfundNo limit
Parsons state hospital and training center--work therapypatient benefit fundNo limit
Rainbow mental health facility fee fund$364,678
Rainbow mental health facility--elementary and secondaryeducation fund--federalNo limit
Rainbow mental health facility--patient benefit fundNo limit
Social services clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall

certify to the director of the budget on June 30, 2003, that expenditures

from the social services clearing fund for state operations did not exceed

$275,765,005 for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from the social services clearing fund for transfers or state operations for

institutions under the control of the department of social and rehabili-

tation services shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation on the

social services clearing fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be

made from this fund for fiscal year 2003 pursuant to employment incen-

tive programs which the secretary is hereby authorized to develop and

enter into with public and private employers to provide an economic

incentive to such employers to employ assistance recipients: And provided

further, That any transfer made from this fund to another state agency

pursuant to a contract with that agency shall be in addition to any ex-

penditure limitations imposed on this fund.

Social welfare fund$53,466,171
Provided, That any transfers of funds between the social welfare fund and

state institutions made by the secretary of social and rehabilitation serv-

ices during fiscal year 2003 shall be in addition to any expenditure limi-

tation imposed on this fund: Provided further, That notwithstanding the

provisions of K.S.A. 39-7,154 and amendments thereto, the child support

collection pass-through payments are hereby eliminated for fiscal year

2003 and no expenditures shall be made from the social welfare fund for

payment of any amounts pursuant to K.S.A. 39-7,154 and amendments

thereto.

Health committee insurance fund No limit
Other state fees fundNo limit
Alcohol and drug abuse block grant federal fund$14,447,707
Provided, That any transfers of moneys from the alcohol and drug abuse

block grant federal fund to any other block grant fund specified in this

subsection during fiscal year 2003 shall be in addition to any expenditure

limitation imposed on this fund.

Ryan White title II federal fundNo limit
Provided, That, notwithstanding any provisions of any other statute to the

contrary, expenditures shall be made by the secretary of social and re-

habilitation services from Ryan White title II federal fund for state fiscal

year 2003 for the provision of pharmaceuticals in association with the

Ryan White title II AIDS drug assistance program of the department of

health and environment in accordance with the provisions of applicable

statutes not in conflict with the provisions of this section: Provided fur-

ther, That the remaining balance of available federal AIDS drug assis-

tance program (ADAP) earmarked funds shall be transferred from the

department of health and environment to the department of social and

rehabilitation services on July 1, 2002, and credited to the Ryan White

title II federal fund: And provided further, That available federal ADAP

earmarked funds shall be transferred from the department of health and

environment to the department of social and rehabilitation services and

credited to the Ryan White title II federal fund after the beginning of

the federal grant fiscal year on April 1, 2003: And provided further, That

the department of social and rehabilitation services shall provide AIDS

drug assistance to clients eligible under department of health and envi-

ronment Ryan White title II established eligibility standards in accord-

ance with a drug formulary established by a joint agreement entered into

by the secretary of health and environment, the secretary of social and

rehabilitation services and the federal health resources and services ad-

ministration mandated advisory bodies, which is hereby authorized to be

entered into: And provided further, That the department of health and

environment shall continue to administer all Ryan White title II program

services other than the provision of AIDS drugs including establishing

eligibility standards and coordinating eligible clients with the department

of social and rehabilitation services: And provided further, That the sec-

retary of health and environment and the secretary of social and rehabil-

itation services shall enter into an interagency agreement, which is hereby

authorized to be entered into, to facilitate the provision of medications

under the AIDS drug assistance program by the department of social and

rehabilitation services and such agreement shall include, but not be lim-

ited to, the following provisions: (1) Provisions relating to coordination

for the identification of eligible clients, (2) provisions to provide the fed-

eral health resources and services administration required reports, and

(3) provisions for joint staff access to appropriate data systems as indicated

to provide federally mandated effective clinical quality management, in-

cluding utilization review for affected clients of the two departments.

Child welfare services block grant federal fund$5,904,870
Mental health block grant federal fund$3,389,293
Social services block grant--federal fund$22,928,100
Provided, That any transfers of moneys from the social services block

grant--federal fund to any other block grant fund specified in this sub-

section during fiscal year 2003 shall be in addition to any expenditure

limitation imposed on this fund.

Child care mandatory federal fundNo limit
Provided, That any transfers from the child care mandatory federal fund

to the department of health and environment during fiscal year 2003 shall

be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on this fund.

Temporary assistance to needy families federal fundNo limit
Child care matching federal fundNo limit
Child care discretionary federal fundNo limit
Disability determination services federal fundNo limit
Food stamp assistance federal fundNo limit
Foster care assistance federal fundNo limit
Medical assistance federal fundNo limit
Rehabilitation services federal fundNo limit
Other federal grants and assistance fundNo limit
SRS enterprise fundNo limit
SRS trust fundNo limit
Provided, That all contributions from local entities shall be credited to

the vocational rehabilitation special revenue account of the SRS trust fund

for the purpose of providing the required state match for receipt of fed-

eral vocational rehabilitation funds: Provided further, That expenditures

may be made from the vocational rehabilitation special revenue account

of this fund for local community-based vocational rehabilitation programs.

SRS AIDS drug reimbursement--federal fundNo limit
SRS--IGT fund$62,529,09 4
Child support enforcement administration fundNo limit
Energy assistance block grant federal fundNo limit
Childrens health insurance federal fundNo limit
Family and children trust account--family and childreninvestment fundNo limit
Kansas insurance coverage for children fundNo limit
State medicaid match fund--SRS$12,300,000

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiative fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Children's cabinet accountability fund$550,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children's cabinet ac-

countability fund account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Children's mental health waiver$1,800,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children's mental health

waiver account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Family centered system of care$5,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the family centered system

of care account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

Therapeutic preschool$1,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the therapeutic preschool

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

Child care$1,400,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the child care account in

excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Community services for child welfare$2,600,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community services for

child welfare account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

HealthWave$1,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the HealthWave account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Children's cabinet early childhood discretionary grantprogram$3,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children's cabinet early

childhood discretionary grant program account in excess of $100 as of

June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Medicaid$3,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the medicaid account in

excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003.

Immunization outreach$500,000
Family preservation$2,750,000
Grants to community mental health centers for children'sprograms$2,000,000
School violence prevention$228,000

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of social

and rehabilitation services, with the approval of the director of the budget,

may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 2003, from the state general fund for the department of

social and rehabilitation services or any institution or facility under the

general supervision and management of the secretary of social and re-

habilitation services to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003

from the state general fund for the department of social and rehabilitation

services or any institution or facility under the general supervision and

management of the secretary of social and rehabilitation services. The

secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall certify each such trans-

fer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of

each such certification to the legislative research department.

(e) On July 1, 2002, the superintendent of Osawatomie state hospital,

upon the approval of the director of accounts and reports, shall transfer

an amount specified by the superintendent from the Osawatomie state

hospital--canteen fund to the Osawatomie state hospital--patient benefit

fund.

(f) On July 1, 2002, the superintendent of Parsons state hospital and

training center, upon the approval of the director of accounts and reports,

shall transfer $12,000 from the Parsons state hospital and training cen-

ter--canteen fund to the Parsons state hospital and training center--

patient benefit fund.

(g) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports may transfer, in one or more amounts,

from the title XIX fund to the social welfare fund the amount specified

by the secretary of social and rehabilitation services.

(h) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $4,332,070 from the

temporary assistance to needy families federal fund to the social services

block grant --federal fund.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, all moneys received

by the secretary of social and rehabilitation services, to provide an en-

dowment to provide interest earnings for the purposes for which expend-

itures maybe made from the family and children trust account of the

family and children investment fund, shall be deposited in the state treas-

ury to the credit of the family and children endowment account of the

family and children investment fund.

(j) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, to the extent it is

determined by the secretary of social and rehabilitation services to be cost

effective, the secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall apply for

and accept donations from private sources to provide an endowment to

provide interest earnings for the purposes for which expenditures may be

made from the family and children trust account of the family and chil-

dren investment fund. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, upon

receipt of any such donation of moneys from private sources for deposit

in the family and children endowment account of the family and children

investment fund, the secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall

match the amount of each such donation on a $1 for $1 basis from moneys

appropriated for fiscal year 2003 for the department of social and reha-

bilitation services in accordance with this subsection. During the fiscal

year ending June 30, 2002, and to provide such matching moneys, the

secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall transfer amounts from

any available moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2003 in one or more

accounts of the state general fund or in one or more special revenue funds

of the department of social and rehabilitation services, that in the aggre-

gate are equal to the amount of moneys donated, to the family and chil-

dren endowment account of the family and children investment fund.

(k) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of social and rehabilitation services from any

moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue

fund for the fiscal year 2003, as authorized by this or other appropriation

act of the 2002 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be

made by the department of social and rehabilitation services from any

such moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2003 for the receipt, crediting

and disbursement of moneys received by the department of social and

rehabilitation services for payments of support pursuant to a rule or ad-

ministrative order issued by the Kansas supreme court, which is hereby

authorized to be issued by the Kansas supreme court, directing payments

of support, which are made pursuant to any court order entered in this

state regardless of the date of the order, to be made to a central unit for

the collection and disbursement of support payments, notwithstanding

the provisions of any statute to the contrary.

(l) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $10,000,000 from the

SRS--IGT fund to the Larned state hospital--IGT fund.

(m) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $32,214,586 from the

senior trust fund of the Kansas public employees retirement system to

the SRS--IGT fund of the department of social and rehabilitation serv-

ices.

(n) On July 1, 2002, or whenever sufficient funds are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $500,000 from the state

medicaid match fund--SRS of the department of social and rehabilitation

services to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred

from the state medicaid match fund--SRS of the department of social

and rehabilitation services to the state general fund pursuant to this sub-

section is to reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing,

budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other

governmental services which are performed on behalf of the state agency

involved by other state agencies which receive appropriations from the

state general fund to provide such services.

(o) On July 1, 2002, or whenever sufficient funds are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,000,000 from the social

welfare fund of the department of social and rehabilitation services to the

state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the social

welfare fund of the department of social and rehabilitation services to the

state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state

general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel

and purchasing services and any other governmental services which are

performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

(p) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the department of social and rehabilitation services from moneys

appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund for

fiscal year 2003 for the department of social and rehabilitation services

as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session

of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the department of social

and rehabilitation services for fiscal year 2003 to make adjustments, which

are hereby authorized and directed to be made, in the eligibility and other

provisions of the MediKan program to prescribe that assistance under the

MediKan program is limited to 24 months for each recipient and in the

eligibility and other provisions of the general assistance program to pre-

scribe that assistance under the general assistance program is limited to

24 months for each recipient: Provided, That no such twenty-four-month

period of assistance shall commence prior to July 1, 2002: Provided fur-

ther, That the secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall include

provisions in the MediKan program and in the general assistance program

to exempt recipients of assistance under such programs from such twenty-

four-month limitations on assistance in cases of undue hardship: And

provided further, That at no time shall more than 20% of the persons

receiving assistance under the MediKan program or under the general

assistance program be exempted from such twenty-four-month limita-

tions on assistance because of undue hardship.

(q) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the balance of all mon-

eys credited to the AIDS drug reimbursement program--federal fund of

the department of health and environment to the Ryan White title II--

federal fund of the department of social and rehabilitation services.

Sec. 96.


KANSAS GUARDIANSHIP PROGRAM

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Kansas guardianship program$1,002,137
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas guardianship

program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided however, That expenditures from

such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $70,913 except upon ap-

proval of the state finance council.

Sec. 97.


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$8,894,546
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Governor's teaching excellence scholarships$54,000
Provided, That all expenditures from the governor's teaching excellence

scholarships account for teaching excellence scholarships shall be to pro-

vide grants of $1,000 each to Kansas elementary and secondary public

school teachers who are accepted to participate in the national board for

professional teaching standards certification program under the gover-

nor's teaching excellence scholarships program which shall be adminis-

tered by the state board of education: Provided further, That each such

grant shall be required to be matched on a $1 for $1 basis from nonstate

sources: And provided further, That award of each such grant shall be

conditioned upon the recipient entering into an agreement requiring the

grant to be repaid if the recipient fails to complete the course of training

under the national board for professional teaching standards certification

program: And provided further, That all moneys received by the depart-

ment of education for repayment of grants for governor's teaching excel-

lence scholarships shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to

the governor's teaching excellence scholarships program repayment fund.

Governor's teaching excellence awards$56,000
General state aid$1,789,496,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the general state aid ac-

count in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for

fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That any unencumbered balance in

the general state aid account shall be transferred to the inservice edu-

cation aid account of the state general fund of the department of edu-

cation to be used to fund approved inservice education programs as au-

thorized by K.S.A. 72-9601 et seq., and amendments thereto: Provided,

however, That the amount transferred from such unencumbered balance

shall not exceed $2,000,000.

Supplemental general state aid$125,895,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the supplemental general

state aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003.

School food assistance$2,510,486
School safety hotline$10,000
KPERS--employer contributions$108,762,960
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the KPERS--employer

contributions account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That all expendi-

tures from the KPERS--employer contributions account shall be for pay-

ment of participating employers' contributions to the Kansas public em-

ployees retirement system as provided in K.S.A. 74-4939 and

amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures from this

account for the payment of participating employers' contributions to the

Kansas public employees retirement system may be made regardless of

when the liability was incurred.

Special education services aid$252,186,766
Provided, That expenditures shall not be made from the special education

services aid account for the provision of instruction for any homebound

or hospitalized child unless the categorization of such child as exceptional

is conjoined with the categorization of the child within one or more of

the other categories of exceptionality: Provided further, That expendi-

tures shall be made from this account for grants to school districts in

amounts determined pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions

of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 72-983 and amendments thereto: And provided

further, That expenditures shall be made from the amount remaining in

this account, after deduction of the expenditures specified in the fore-

going proviso, for payments to school districts in amounts determined

pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 72-978 and

amendments thereto: And provided further, That for expenditures from

the special education services aid account of the above agency, fully-

trained reading recovery teacher leaders, selected by the agency in ac-

cordance with established criteria, shall be considered to be special teach-

ers as defined in subsection (j)(1) of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 72-962 and

amendments thereto for the purpose of determining amounts of pay-

ments to be made to school districts in accordance with the provisions of

K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 72-978 and amendments thereto from the amount

remaining in the special education services aid account after deduction

of expenditures made in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 2001

Supp. 72-893 and amendments thereto: Provided, however, That ex-

penditures for fully-trained reading recovery teacher leaders considered

to be special teachers shall not exceed $180,000.

Parent education program$4,667,000
Provided, That expenditures from the parent education program account

for each such grant shall be matched by the school district in an amount

which is equal to not less than 65% of the grant: Provided further, That

expenditures from this account for fiscal year 2003 for establishing and

maintaining a Kansas training model that meets the requirement for the

parents as teachers program shall not exceed $27,500.

Inservice education aid$2,600,000
Provided, That, in addition to moneys appropriated in the inservice ed-

ucation account, the department of education may make expenditures

from this account of any moneys transferred to this account from the

general state aid account of the state general fund of the department of

education in an amount not to exceed $2,000,000 for approved inservice

education programs as authorized by K.S.A. 72-9601 et seq., and amend-

ments thereto.

Educable deaf-blind and severely handicapped children'sprograms aid$110,000
School district juvenile detention facilities and Flint Hillsjob corps center grants$5,599,393
Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the school district ju-

venile detention facilities and Flint Hills job corps center grants account

for grants to school districts in amounts determined pursuant to and in

accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 72-8187 and amend-

ments thereto.

Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in each

of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003:

Mentor teacher program grants: Provided, That, notwithstanding the pro-

visions of K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 72-1412 et seq., expenditures shall be made

from the mentor teacher program grants account for grants to beginning

teachers in their first year of teaching.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law and transfers to other state agencies shall not exceed the following:

State school district finance fundNo limit
School district capital improvements fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the school district capital improve-

ments fund shall be made only for the payment of general obligation

bonds approved by voters under the authority of K.S.A. 72- 6761 and

amendments thereto.

Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
State safety fundNo limit
School bus safety fundNo limit
Goals 2002 federal fundNo limit
Motorcycle safety fundNo limit
Federal indirect cost reimbursement fundNo limit
Certificate fee fundNo limit
Food assistance--federal fundNo limit
Food assistance--school breakfast program--federalfundNo limit
Food assistance--national school lunch program--federalfundNo limit
Food assistance--child and adult care food program--fed-eral fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary school aid--federal fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary school aid--educationally de-prived children--federal fundNo limit
Educationally deprived children--state operations--fed-eral fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary school--educationally deprivedchildren--LEA's fundNo limit
ESEA chapter II--state operations--federal fundNo limit
Education of handicapped children fund--federalNo limit
Educational interpreter performance assessment feefundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the educational inter-

preter performance assessment fee fund for operating expenditures in-

curred in conjunction with the operation of the educational interpreter

performance program: Provided further, That the state board of educa-

tion is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for educational

interpreter performance assessments and other services provided under

the interpreter performance assessment program: And provided further,

That all such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to

the educational interpreter performance assessment fee fund.

Education of handicapped children fund--state operations--federalNo limit
Education of handicapped children fund--preschool--federal fundNo limit
Education of handicapped children fund--preschool stateoperations--federalNo limit
Elementary and secondary school aid--federal fund--mi-grant education fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary school aid--federal fund--mi-grant education--state operationsNo limit
Vocational education amendments of 1968--federalfundNo limit
Vocational education title II--federal fundNo limit
Vocational education title II--federal fund--stateoperationsNo limit
Educational research grants and projects fundNo limit
Education for economic security act--federal fundNo limit
Drug abuse fund--department of education--federalNo limit
Federal class size reduction fundNo limit
School renovation grants--federal fundNo limit
Drug abuse funds--federal--state operations fundNo limit
Inservice education workshop fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the inservice education

workshop fee fund for operating expenditures, including official hospi-

tality, incurred for inservice workshops and conferences: Provided fur-

ther, That the state board of education is hereby authorized to fix, charge

and collect fees for inservice workshops and conferences: And provided

further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of

such operating expenditures incurred for inservice workshops and con-

ferences: And provided further, That all fees received for inservice work-

shops and conferences shall be deposited in the state treasury and cred-

ited to the inservice education workshop fee fund.

Private donations, gifts, grants and bequests fundNo limit
Interactive video fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the interactive video fee

fund for operating expenditures incurred in conjunction with the opera-

tion and use of the interactive video conference facility of the department

of education: Provided further, That the state board of education is

hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for the operation and

use of such interactive video conference facility: And provided further,

That all fees received for the operation and use of such interactive video

conference facility shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited

to the interactive video fee fund.

Reimbursement for services fundNo limit
Communities in schools program fundNo limit
Governor's teaching excellence scholarships program re-payment fundNo limit
Provided, That all expenditures from the governor's teaching excellence

scholarships program repayment fund shall be to provide grants of $1,000

each to Kansas elementary and secondary public school teachers who are

accepted to participate in the national board for professional teaching

standards certification program under the governor's teaching excellence

scholarships program which shall be administered by the state board of

education: Provided further, That each such grant shall be required to be

matched on a $1 for $1 basis from nonstate sources: And provided further,

That award of each such grant shall be conditioned upon the recipient

entering into an agreement requiring the grant to be repaid if the recip-

ient fails to complete the course of training under the national board for

professional teaching standards certification program: And provided fur-

ther, That all moneys received by the department of education for re-

payment of grants made under the governor's teaching excellence schol-

arships program shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to

this fund.

Elementary and secondary school aid--federal fund--reading firstNo limit
Elementary and secondary school aid--federal fund--reading first--state operations No limit
State grants for improving teacher quality--federal fundNo limit
State grants for improving teacher quality--federal fund--state operationsNo limit
Community service grants --federal fundNo limit
21st century community learning centers--federal fundNo limit
State assessments--federal fundNo limit
Rural and low-income schools program--federal fundNo limit
Language assistance state grants--federal fundNo limit
Service clearing fundNo limit

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Grant to the Kansas optometric association for visionstudy$300,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the grant to the Kansas

optometric association for vision study account in excess of $100 as of

June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Parent education program$2,500,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the parent education pro-

gram account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003.

General state aid four-year-old at-risk$4,500,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the general state aid four-

year-old at-risk account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Special education services aid$1,225,000

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $50,000 from the family

and children trust account of the family and children investment fund of

the department of social and rehabilitation services to the communities

in schools program fund of the department of education.

(e) On July 1, 2002, and quarterly thereafter, the director of accounts

and reports shall transfer $59,069 from the state highway fund of the

department of transportation to the school bus safety fund of the de-

partment of education.

(f) On June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall trans-

fer $100,000 from the certificate fee fund of the department of education

to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from

the certificate fee fund of the department of education to the state general

fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund

for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and pur-

chasing services and any other governmental services which are per-

formed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

Sec. 98.


STATE LIBRARY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$1,548,377
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from the op-

erating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed

$2,000.

Grants to libraries and library systems$3,741,031
Provided, That, of the moneys appropriated in the grants to libraries and

library systems account, $2,735,223 shall be distributed as grants-in-aid

to libraries in accordance with K.S.A. 75-2555 and amendments thereto,

$620,033 shall be distributed for interlibrary loan development grants and

$385,775 shall be paid according to contracts with the subregional librar-

ies of the Kansas talking book services.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

State library fundNo limit
Federal library services and technology act--fundNo limit

Sec. 99.


KANSAS ARTS COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$339,159
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from the op-

erating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed

$4,000: Provided further, That expenditures may be made by the above

agency from any amount of savings in the operating expenditures account

for the purpose of matching an equal or greater amount of federal grant

moneys or local grant moneys, or both, for arts programming projects.

Arts programming grants and challenge grants$1,285,298
Provided, That expenditures from the arts programming grants and chal-

lenge grants account shall be made only for the purpose of matching an

equal or greater amount of federal grant moneys or local grant moneys,

or both, for arts programming projects: Provided further, That expendi-

tures from this account shall be made in a manner to benefit the maxi-

mum number of Kansas communities in the development of Kansas talent

and art.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Kansas arts commission fee fundNo limit
Kansas arts commission gifts, grants and bequests fundNo limit
Kansas arts commission special gifts fundNo limit
Arts programming grants fundNo limit
Provided, That moneys received by the Kansas arts commission from the

remittance of the unexpended balance of arts programming grants to the

commission shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the

arts programming grants fund: Provided further, That expenditures from

this fund shall be made only for the purpose of matching an equal or

greater amount of federal grant moneys or local grant moneys, or both,

for arts programming projects.

Sec. 100.


KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$4,284,536
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

Arts for the handicapped$150,000
Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, in the

technology lending library account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year

2003: Provided, however, That all expenditures from the technology lend-

ing library account shall be made only for the purpose of matching an

equal or greater amount of federal or other nonstate governmental grant

moneys or private grant or donation moneys, or any combination thereof,

received by the Kansas state school for the blind: Provided further, That

no expenditures shall be made from this account except upon approval

of the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby char-

acterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines

prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto,

after receiving information that the Kansas state school for the blind has

received the required matching funds.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Local services reimbursement fundNo limit
Provided, That the Kansas state school for the blind is hereby authorized

to assess and collect a fee of 20% of the total cost of services provided to

local school districts: Provided further, That all moneys received from

such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the local

services reimbursement fund.

Student activity fees fundNo limit
Special bequest fundNo limit
Gift fundNo limit
Technology lending library fundNo limit
Food assistance--cash for commodities--federal fundNo limit
Food assistance--breakfast--federal fundNo limit
Food assistance-- lunch --federal fundNo limit
Chapter I handicapped--federal fundNo limit
Education improvement--federal fundNo limit
Math and science improvement --federal fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary--federal fundNo limit
Supported employment initiative--federal fundNo limit

Sec. 101.


KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$7,168,251
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

General fees fund$87,000
Local services reimbursement fundNo limit
Provided, That the Kansas state school for the deaf is hereby authorized

to assess and collect a fee of 20% of the total cost of services provided to

local school districts: Provided further, That all moneys received from

such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the local

services reimbursement fund: And provided further, That all expendi-

tures from this fund shall be for capital outlay.

Student activity fees fundNo limit
Elementary and secondary education act--federal fundNo limit
Vocational education fund--federalNo limit
Special bequest fundNo limit
Special workshop fundNo limit
Gift fundNo limit

Sec. 102.


STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$5,825,865
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $1,095 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures from the

operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed

$2,500.

Kansas humanities council$85,000
Lewis and Clark bicentennial commission$250,000

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Archeology fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the archeology fee fund

for operating expenses for providing archeological services by contract:

Provided further, That the state historical society is hereby authorized to

fix, charge and collect fees for the sale of such services: And provided

further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the

operating expenses incurred in providing archeological services by con-

tract: And provided further, That all fees received from such services shall

be credited to the archeology fee fund.

Microfilm fees fund$60,223
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the microfilm fees fund

for operating expenses for providing microfilming services: Provided fur-

ther, That the state historical society is hereby authorized to fix, charge

and collect fees for the sale of such services: And provided further, That

such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating

expenses incurred in providing microfilming services: And provided fur-

ther, That all fees received from such services shall be credited to the

microfilm fees fund.

Records center fee fundNo limit
Historic properties fee fundNo limit
National historic preservation act fund--stateNo limit
Historic preservation overhead fees fundNo limit
National historic preservation act fund--localNo limit
Private gifts, grants and bequests fundNo limit
Museum and historic sites visitor donation fundNo limit
Insurance collection replacement/reimbursement fundNo limit
Heritage trust fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the heritage trust fund for state oper-

ations shall not exceed $108,932.

Land survey fee fundNo limit
State historical society facilities fundNo limit
Unmarked burial sites fundNo limit
Historic properties fundNo limit
Law enforcement memorial fundNo limit
Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during the current

or any ensuing fiscal year.

Property sale proceeds fundNo limit
Provided, That proceeds from the sale of property pursuant to K.S.A. 75-

2701 and amendments thereto shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to the property sale proceeds fund.

(c) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

all moneys in the summer program in recording and representing historic

structures fund of the state historical society to the state economic de-

velopment initiatives fund. On July 1, 2002, all liabilities of the summer

program in recording and representing historic structures fund of the

state historical society, including any outstanding encumbrances, are

hereby transferred to and imposed on the state economic development

initiatives fund and the summer program in recording and representing

historic structures fund of the state historical society is hereby abolished.

(d) On July 1, 2002, the federal grants fund of the state historical

society is hereby redesignated as the other federal grants fund of the state

historical society.

Sec. 103.


FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$31,951,242
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That

expenditures from this account may be made to pay faculty and staff

members retiring on or after July 1, 1962, the difference between the

retirement benefits established under the former unfunded state board

of regents' retirement plan and the benefits to which these individuals

would be entitled under the Kansas public employees retirement system.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Parking fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for

a capital improvement project for parking lot improvements.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures and shall

not be made for capital improvements.

Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Special events; technology equipment; Gross coliseum services;

performing arts center services; farm income; choral music clinic; Reveille

(yearbook); off-campus tours; memorial union activities; student activity

(unallocated); Leader (newspaper); conferences, clinics and workshops--

noncredit; summer laboratory school; little theater; library services; stu-

dent affairs; speech and debate; student government; counseling center

services; interest on local funds; student identification cards; nurse edu-

cation programs; national science foundation grants; veterans administra-

tion; federal programs and research grants; athletics; placement fees; vir-

tual college classes; speech and hearing; child care services for dependent

students; computer services; interactive television contributions; mid-

western student exchange; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and

other collections not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however,

That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance

council acting on this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter

of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in sub-

section (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto, may amend or

change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees

shall be deposited to the credit of the appropriate account of the re-

stricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or

purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures

may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment pur-

chased through research and training grants only if such grants include

money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided

further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to procure a

policy of accident, personal liability and excess automobile liability insur-

ance insuring volunteers participating in the senior companion program

against loss in accordance with specifications of federal grant guidelines

as provided in K.S.A. 75-4101 and amendments thereto: And provided

further, That all amounts of tuition received from students participating

in the midwestern student exchange program shall be deposited to the

credit of the midwestern student exchange account of the restricted fees

fund.

Education opportunity act--federal fundNo limit
Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Computer services, storeroom for official supplies in-

cluding office supplies, paper products, janitorial supplies, printing and

duplicating, car pool, postage, copy center, and telecommunications and

such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board

of regents under K.S.A. 76-755 and amendments thereto.

Commencement fees fundNo limit
Health fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the health fees fund may be made for

the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals em-

ployed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical therapists,

at the student health center.

Student union fees fundNo limit
Kansas career work study program fundNo limit
Economic opportunity act--federal fundNo limit
Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
Scholarship funds fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Health professions student assistance program fundNo limit
Nine month payroll clearing account fundNo limit
Oil research library gifts and grants fund No limit
National direct student loan fundNo limit
Housing system revenue fundNo limit
Institutional overhead fundNo limit
Oil and gas royalties fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system operations fundNo limit
Housing system repairs, equipment and improvementfundNo limit
Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Wildlife art fundNo limit
Kansas distinguished scholarship fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the

president of Fort Hays state university of not to exceed $125,000 from

the general fees fund to the national direct student loan fund.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by

the president of Fort Hays state university of not to exceed $100,000

from the general fees fund to the education opportunity act--federal

fund.

Sec. 104.


KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$106,888,956
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however,

That expenditures from this account may be made to pay faculty and staff

members retiring on or after July 1, 1962, the difference between the

retirement benefits established under the former unfunded state board

of regents' retirement plan and the benefits to which these individuals

would be entitled under the Kansas public employees retirement system.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Parking fees fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures and shall

not be made for capital improvements.

Interest on endowment fundNo limit
Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Educational opportunity grants; technology equipment; human

resources management system; computer services; copy centers; stan-

dardized test fees; placement center; recreational services; college of

technology and aviation; motor pool; music; professorships; student ac-

tivities fees; army and aerospace uniforms; aerospace uniform augmen-

tation; biology sales and services; chemistry; field camps; state department

of education; physics storeroom; sponsored research, instruction, public

service, equipment and facility grants; ion collision laboratory--federal;

chemical engineering; nuclear engineering; contract--post office--fed-

eral government; library collections; civil engineering; continuing edu-

cation; sponsored construction or improvement projects; attorney, edu-

cational and personal development, human resources; student financial

assistance; application for undergraduate programs; speech and hearing

fees; gifts; human development and family research and training; college

of education--publications and services; student financial assistance--

federal reimbursement; higher education act; guaranteed student loan

application processing; student identification card; auditorium receipts;

catalog sales; emission spectroscopy fees; interagency consulting; sales

and services of educational programs; transcript fees; facility use fees;

human ecology storeroom; college of human ecology sales; family re-

source center fees; human movement performance; application for post

baccalaureate programs; art exhibit fees; college of education--Kansas

careers; foreign student application fee; student union repair and replace-

ment reserve; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other col-

lections; institutional support fee; miscellaneous renovations; speech re-

ceipts; art museum; exchange program; flight training lab fees; off campus

work study; parking fees; postage center; printing; short courses and con-

ferences; student government association receipts; regents educational

communications center; late registration fee; engineering equipment fee;

biotechnology facility; English language program; international programs;

federal direct student loans; Bramlage coliseum; other specifically des-

ignated receipts not available for general operations of the university:

Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of

the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby character-

ized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines

prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto,

may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That

all restricted fees shall be deposited to the credit of the appropriate ac-

count of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific

purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That ex-

penditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equip-

ment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants

include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And

provided further, That expenditures from the restricted fees fund may

be made for the purchase of insurance for operation and testing of com-

pleted project aircraft and for operation of aircraft used in professional

pilot training, including coverage for public liability, physical damage,

medical payments and voluntary settlement coverages.

Kansas career work study program fundNo limit
Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Supplies stores; telecommunications services; photo-

graphic services; K-State printing services; postage; facilities services; fa-

cilities carpool; public safety services; facility planning services; facilities

storeroom; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by

the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755 and amendments thereto.

Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency may transfer moneys from the sponsored

research overhead fund of Kansas state university to the sponsored re-

search overhead fund of Kansas state university extension systems and

agriculture research programs.

Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system operations fundNo limit
Housing system repairs, equipment and improvementfundNo limit
Student recreation building program fundNo limit
Coliseum operations fundNo limit
Coliseum gifts fundNo limit
Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fundNo limit
Student health fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the student health fees fund may be

made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for in-

dividuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and phys-

ical therapists, at the student health center.

Scholarship funds fundNo limit
Perkins student loan fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fund No limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Engineering and education gift fund No limit
U.S. army research grant--metal particle chemistryfundNo limit
Board of regents--U.S. department of education awardsfundNo limit
Research projects grants fundNo limit
Research projects grants matching fundNo limit
State agricultural university fundNo limit
Federal extension civil service retirement clearing fundNo limit
Salina--student union fees fundNo limit
Salina--dormitory and food service fees fundNo limit
Kansas distinguished scholarship fundNo limit
Tuition accountability fundNo limit
Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
Temporary deposit fundNo limit
Business procurement card clearing fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fundNo limit
Agency payroll deduction clearing fundNo limit
Payroll clearing fundNo limit
Pre-tax parking clearing fundNo limit
Grants and gifts fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the

president of Kansas state university of not to exceed $97,924 from the

general fees fund to the Perkins student loan fund.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by

the president of Kansas state university of not to exceed $215,000 from

the general fees fund to the educational opportunity grants account of

the restricted fees fund.

(e) On or before the 10th of each month during the fiscal year ending

June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from

the state general fund to the grants and gifts fund interest earnings based

on: (1) The average daily balance of moneys in the grants and gifts fund

for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for the pooled

money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

(f) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

all moneys in the Howard Hughes grant fund of Kansas state university,

to the engineering and education gift fund of Kansas state university

which is hereby created. On July 1, 2002, all liabilities of the Howard

Hughes grant fund of Kansas state university, including any outstanding

encumbrances, are hereby transferred to and imposed on the engineering

and education gift fund of Kansas state university and the Howard

Hughes grant fund of the Kansas state university is hereby abolished.

Sec. 105.


KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SYSTEMS AND

AGRICULTURE RESEARCH PROGRAMS


(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$785,757
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Cooperative extension service (including officialhospitality)$18,528,524
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the cooperative extension

service (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Agricultural experiment stations (including officialhospitality)$29,888,728
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the agricultural experiment

stations (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Plant pathology; technology equipment; professorships; agri-

cultural experiment station, director's office; agronomy--Ashland farm;

KSU agricultural research center--Hays; KSU southeast agricultural re-

search center; KSU southwest research extension center; agronomy--

general; agronomy--experimental field crop sales; entomology sales;

grain science and industry--Kansas state university; food and nutrition

research; extension services and publication; sponsored construction or

improvement projects; gifts; animal resource facility; animal health and

disease research; higher education act; sales and services of educational

programs; animal sciences and industry livestock and product sales; hor-

ticulture greenhouse and farm products sales; Konza prairie operations;

departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other collections; insti-

tutional support fee; KSU northwest research extension center opera-

tions; research projects grants; research projects grants matching; spon-

sored research, public service, equipment and facility grants; statistical

laboratory; equipment/pesticide storage building; other specifically des-

ignated receipts not available for general operations of the university:

Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of

the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby character-

ized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines

prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto,

may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That

all restricted fees shall be deposited to the credit of the appropriate ac-

count of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific

purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That ex-

penditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equip-

ment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants

include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And

provided further, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas ag-

ricultural mediation service account of the restricted fees fund during

fiscal year 2003.

Fertilizer research fundNo limit
Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Federal extension fundNo limit
Federal experimental station fundNo limit
Federal awards--advance payment fundNo limit
Smith-Lever special program grant--federal fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Kansas artificial breeding service unit fees fundNo limit
Agricultural land use-value fundNo limit
Irrigation research field grant fundNo limit

Sec. 106.


KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY VETERINARY MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$10,052,324
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Hospital and diagnostic laboratory revenue fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Hospital and diagnostic laboratory improvement fundNo limit
Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Sponsored research, instruction, public service, equipment and

facility grants; technology equipment; pathology fees; laboratory test fees;

higher education act; dean of veterinary medicine receipts; gifts; appli-

cation for postbaccalaureate programs; embryo transfer unit; swine se-

rology; rapid focal fluorescent inhibition test; storerooms; departmental

receipts for all sales refunds and other collections; other specifically des-

ignated receipts not available for general operation of the Kansas state

university veterinary medical center: Provided, however, That the state

board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on

this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative dele-

gation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A.

75-3711c and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of

restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited

to the credit of the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and

shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which col-

lected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this

fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research

and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize

the purchase of such insurance.

Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Health professions student loan fundNo limit
H.E.W. veterinary revolving student loan fundNo limit
Student loan funds fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the

president of Kansas state university of not to exceed a total of $10,000

from the general fees fund to the health professions student loan fund.

Sec. 107.


EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$30,572,053
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Parking fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for

a capital improvement project for parking lot improvements.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures and shall

not be made for capital improvements.

Interest fundNo limit
Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Computer services, student activity; technology equipment; stu-

dent union; sponsored research; computer services; extension classes; na-

tional science foundation grants; national defense education act; gifts and

grants (for teaching, research and capital improvements); business school

contributions; state department of education (vocational); elementary and

secondary education act--federal; library services; library collections; in-

terest on local funds; receipts from conferences, clinics, and workshops

held on campus for which no college credit is given; physical plant re-

imbursements from auxiliary enterprises; midwestern exchange; depart-

mental receipts--for all sales, refunds and other collections or receipts

not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however, That the state

board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on

this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative dele-

gation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A.

75-3711c and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of

restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited

to the credit of the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and

shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which col-

lected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this

fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research

and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize

the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That all amounts

of tuition received from students participating in the midwestern student

exchange program shall be deposited to the credit of the midwestern

student exchange account of the restricted fees fund.

Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Telecommunications services; office supplies inventory;

state car operation; E.S.U. press including duplicating and reproducing;

postage; physical plant storeroom including motor fuel inventory; data

processing center; and such other internal service activities as are au-

thorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755 and amend-

ments thereto.

Commencement fees fundNo limit
Kansas career work study program fundNo limit
Student health fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the student health fees fund may be

made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for in-

dividuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and phys-

ical therapists, at the student health center.

Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Bureau of educational measurements fundNo limit
Scholarship funds fundNo limit
National direct student loan fundNo limit
Economic opportunity act--work study--federal fundNo limit
Educational opportunity grants--federal fundNo limit
Basic opportunity grant program--federal fundNo limit
Research and institutional overhead fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system operations fundNo limit
Housing system repairs, equipment and improvementfundNo limit
Kansas distinguished scholarship fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the

president of Emporia state university of not to exceed $30,000 from the

general fees fund to the national direct student loan fund.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by

the president of Emporia state university of not to exceed $70,000 from

the general fees fund to the educational opportunity grants--federal fund.

Sec. 108.


PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$33,356,613
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That

expenditures from this account may be made to pay faculty and staff

members retiring on or after July 1, 1962, the difference between the

retirement benefits under the former unfunded state board of regents'

retirement plan and the benefits to which these individuals would be

entitled under the Kansas public employees retirement system.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Parking fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for

capital improvement projects for parking lot improvements.

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures and shall

not be made for capital improvements: Provided further, That any trans-

fers of moneys from this fund to the equipment reserve fund pursuant to

subsection (c) shall be deemed expenditures for the purpose of the ex-

penditure limitation imposed on this fund.

Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Computer services; instructional technology fee; technology

equipment; student activity fee accounts; commencement fees; ROTC

activities; continuing education receipts; vocational auto parts and service

fees; receipts from camps, conferences and meetings held on campus;

national science foundation grants, department of education, and other

federal grants, including Pell grants, SEOG grants; flight training; library

service collections and fines; state department of education and grants

from other state agencies; Midwest Quarterly; chamber music series; con-

tract--post office; gifts and grants; general fees transfer for SEOG match;

intensive English program; business and technology institute; public sec-

tor radio station activities; economic opportunity--state match; research

projects grants; career work study; regents supplemental grants; contig-

uous county fees; midwestern student exchange; departmental receipts,

and other specifically designated receipts not available for general oper-

ations of the university: Provided, however, That the state board of re-

gents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter

which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and

subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c

and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees:

Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited to the credit

of the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used

solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And pro-

vided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase

insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants

only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such

insurance: And provided further, That surplus restricted fees moneys gen-

erated by the music department may be transferred to the Pittsburg state

university foundation, inc. for the express purpose of awarding music

scholarships: And provided further, That all amounts of tuition received

from students participating in the midwestern student exchange program

shall be deposited to the credit of the midwestern student exchange ac-

count of the restricted fees fund.

Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Duplicating and printing services; instructional media

division; office stationery and supplies; motor carpool; postage services;

telephone services; data processing; and such other internal service activ-

ities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755

and amendments thereto.

Hospital and student health fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the hospital and student health fees

fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability cov-

erage for individuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists

and physical therapists, at the student health center: Provided further,

That expenditures may be made from this fund for capital improvement

projects for hospital and student health center improvements.

Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Perkins student loan fundNo limit
Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
College work study fundNo limit
Nursing student loan fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system operations fundNo limit
Housing system repairs, equipment and improvementfundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the housing system re-

pairs, equipment and improvement fund for capital improvement projects

for housing system maintenance and improvements.

Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
Kansas distinguished scholarship program fund No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the president of

Pittsburg state university of not to exceed a total of $125,000 for all such

amounts, from the general fees fund to the following specified funds and

accounts of funds: Perkins student loan fund; economic opportunity--

state match account of the restricted fee fund; nursing student loan fund.

Sec. 109.


UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$132,472,183
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Geological survey$6,215,544
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the geological survey ac-

count in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for

fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Parking facilities revenue fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures, but shall

not be made for capital improvements: Provided further, That all moneys

received for tuition for students enrolled in courses offered at the regents

center on the Edwards campus shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to this fund: And provided further, That the director of

accounts and reports shall transfer on a periodic basis amounts generated

from such courses as specified by the chancellor of the university of Kan-

sas, or the chancellor's designee, from the general fees fund to the regents

center development fund: And provided further, That the amounts spec-

ified to be transferred from the general fees fund to the regents center

development fund shall be amounts generated from the courses offered

at the regents center on the Edwards campus in excess of the amount

equal to the total of $2,383,301 plus the amount attributable to the in-

crease in the rate of tuition charged in fiscal year 2003 above the rate of

tuition charged in fiscal year 2002.

Regents center development fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the regents center de-

velopment fund for program operations and development and for capital

improvements at the Edwards campus: Provided further, That the fund

may be pledged to debt service for capital improvements at the Edwards

campus.

Interest fundNo limit
Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Law enforcement training center fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the law enforcement

training center fund to cover the costs of tuition for students enrolled in

the law enforcement training program in addition to the costs of salaries

and wages and other operating expenditures for the program: Provided,

however, That any academic credit granted through this program shall

not be included in the university's budgeted enrollment figures: Provided

further, That the amount of any unencumbered balance of the amount

made available for expenditure from this fund for capital improvements

in fiscal year 1993 by section 9(b) of chapter 215 of the 1992 Session Laws

of Kansas and amendments thereto is hereby authorized to be expended

during fiscal year 2003: And provided further, That expenditures may be

made from this fund for the acquisition of tracts of land adjacent to the

law enforcement training center.

Law enforcement training center fees fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received for tuition from students enrolling in

the basic law enforcement training program for undergraduate or grad-

uate credit shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the

law enforcement training center fees fund.

Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Institute for public policy and business research; technology

equipment; clinical psychology conference; concert course; residence hall

maintenance; speech, language and hearing clinic; perceptual motor

clinic; application for admission fees; named professorships; summer in-

stitutes and workshops; dramatics; economic opportunity act; executive

management; continuing education programs; geology field trips; gifts

and grants; extension services; counseling center; investment income

from bequests; housing and residence halls; endowment research salaries;

engineering research salaries; music and art camp; national defense ed-

ucation programs; child development lab preschools; orientation center;

educational placement; press publications; Rice estate educational pro-

ject; sponsored research; student activities; sale of surplus books and art

objects; building use charges; Kansas applied remote sensing program;

executive master's degree in business administration; applied English

center; cartographic services; economic education; study abroad pro-

grams; computer services; recreational activities; animal care activities;

geological survey; engineering equipment fee; midwestern student

exchange; department commercial receipts for all sales, refunds, and all

other collections or receipts not specifically enumerated above: Provided,

however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state

finance council acting on this matter which is hereby characterized as a

matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed

in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto, may

amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all

restricted fees shall be deposited to the credit of the appropriate account

of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose

or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures

may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment pur-

chased through research and training grants only if such grants include

money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance.

Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Residence hall food stores; university motor pool; fur-

niture stores; business office stores; university printing service; military

uniforms; telecommunications service; and such other internal service

activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-

755 and amendments thereto.

Health service fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the health service fund may be made

for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals

employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical ther-

apists, at the student health center.

Kansas career work study program fundNo limit
Student union fundNo limit
Regents supplemental grant fundNo limit
National direct student loan fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the national direct student loan fund

shall be used for the federal Perkins student loan program, federal sup-

plemental educational opportunity program and federal disadvantaged

student loan program.

Ford foundation--forgivable loan fundNo limit
Health professions student loan fundNo limit
Geological survey fund No limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Research projects grants fundNo limit
Research projects grants matching fundNo limit
Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system revenue fundNo limit
Housing system operations fundNo limit
Housing system repairs, equipment and improvementfundNo limit
Educational opportunity act--federal fundNo limit
Loans for disadvantaged students fundNo limit
Prepaid tuition fees clearing fundNo limit
Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
Tuition accountability fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the

chancellor of the university of Kansas of not to exceed a total of $285,000

for all such amounts, from the general fees fund to the following specified

funds and accounts of funds: Federal Perkins student loan program ac-

count of the national direct student loan fund; federal supplemental ed-

ucational opportunity program account of the national direct student loan

fund; federal disadvantaged student loan program account of the national

direct student loan fund; health professions student loan fund; other

funds or accounts established for campus-based loan programs sponsored

by the federal government.

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water

plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for the water plan

project or projects specified, the following:

Geological survey$45,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the geological survey account is hereby reappropriated for

fiscal year 2003.

Sec. 110.


UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$104,684,175
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That

expenditures may be made from this account for the purchase of mal-

practice insurance for students in training at the university of Kansas

school of medicine, nursing and allied health: And provided further, That

such malpractice insurance shall be approved by the commissioner of

insurance of the state of Kansas: And provided further, That expenditures

from this account may be used to reimburse medical residents in resi-

dency programs located in Kansas City at the university of Kansas medical

center for the purchase of health insurance for residents' dependents.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to the following accounts:

Technology equipment; computer services; salaries reimbursed by the

Kansas university endowment association; postgraduate fees; pathology

fees; student health insurance premiums; gift receipts; designated re-

search collaboration; facilities use; photography; continuing education;

student activity fees; student application fees; department duplicating;

student health services; student identification badges; student transcript

fees; loan administration fees; fitness center fees; occupational health

fees; computer remote access; employee health; telekid care fees; area

outreach fees; police fees; endowment payroll reimbursement; rental

property; school of allied health e-learning fees; school of nursing e-learn-

ing fee; surplus property sales; student union fees; outreach air travel;

student loan legal fees; hospital authority salary reimbursements; gradu-

ate medical education contracts; housestaff activity fees; anatomy cadav-

ers; biotechnology services; energy center funded depreciation; fungal

sales; biostatistics; electron microscope services; Wichita faculty contracts;

physical therapy services; legal fee reimbursements; sponsored research;

departmental commercial receipts for all sales, refunds and all other col-

lections of receipts not specifically enumerated above; department of so-

cial and rehabilitation services cost-sharing: Provided, however, That the

state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting

on this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative

delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of

K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list

of restricted fees: And provided further, That all restricted fees shall be

deposited to the credit of the appropriate account of the restricted fees

fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for

which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made

from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through

research and training grants only if such grants include money for and

authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That

expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase health insurance

coverage for all students enrolled in the school of allied health, school of

nursing and school of medicine.

Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Parking fees fundNo limit
Services to hospital authority fundNo limit
Direct medical education reimbursement fundNo limit
Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Printing services; purchasing storeroom; university mo-

tor pool; clothing (uniforms); physical plant storeroom; photo services;

telecommunications services; facilities operations discretionary repairs;

animal care; graphic services; instructional services; biomedical engineer-

ing; audiovisual services; computing services; and such other internal serv-

ice activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A.

76-755 and amendments thereto.

College work-study fundNo limit
Student union fees fundNo limit
Scholarship funds fundNo limit
Health professions student loan fund--medical studentsNo limit
Health professions student loan fund--nursing studentsNo limit
Revolving student loans fundNo limit
Student loans fundNo limit
Suspense fundNo limit
Prepaid tuition fees clearing fundNo limit
Educational opportunity grant fundNo limit
Basic educational opportunity grant fundNo limit
National direct student loan fundNo limit
Medical scholarship and loan repayment fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from this fund for attorney fees and litigation

costs associated with the administration of the medical scholarship and

loan program shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed

on the operating expenditures account of the medical scholarship and

loan repayment fund or on the total expenditures from the medical schol-

arship and loan repayment fund.

Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Graduate medical education administration reserve

fund

No limit
University of Kansas medical center private practice foun-dation reserve fundNo limit
Robert Wood Johnson foundation loan fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the

chancellor of the university of Kansas of not to exceed a total of $125,000

for all such amounts, from the general fees fund to the following funds:

National direct student loan fund; federal basic educational opportunity

grant fund; federal college work-study fund; health professions student

loan fund--medical students; health professions student loan fund--

nursing students.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, medical students

enrolled at the university of Kansas medical center are hereby self-insured

by the state of Kansas while in clinical training at the university of Kansas

medical center or at other health care institutions. Such individuals shall

be considered employees for purposes of the Kansas tort claims act and

shall be provided defense and indemnification for claims arising out of

their clinical training at the university of Kansas medical center or at other

health care institutions in accordance with the provisions of the Kansas

tort claims act. With in the limits of appropriations therefor, the university

of Kansas medical center may enter into contracts to purchase additional

malpractice insurance for such medical students. Any such malpractice

insurance purchase shall be approved by the commissioner of insurance

of the state of Kansas.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of ac-

counts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the chancellor

prior to July 1, 2002, from the general fees fund to the student health

insurance premiums account of the restricted fees fund.

(f) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Telekid health care link$250,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the telekid health care link account is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

Pediatric biomedical research$2,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the Pediatric biomedical research account is hereby reap-

propriated for fiscal year 2003.

Sec. 111.


WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$65,903,685
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the general fees fund may be made

only for salaries and wages and for other operating expenditures and shall

not be made for capital improvements.

Restricted fees fundNo limit
Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following

accounts: Summer school workshops; technology equipment; concert

course; dramatics; continuing education; flight training; gifts and grants

(for teaching, research, and capital improvements); testing service; state

department of education (vocational); investment income from bequests;

sale of surplus books and art objects; public service; veterans counseling

and educational benefits; sponsored research; campus privilege fee; stu-

dent activities; national defense education programs; engineering equip-

ment fee; midwestern student exchange; departmental receipts--for all

sales, refunds and other collections or receipts not specifically enumer-

ated above: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the

approval of the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby

characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the

guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amend-

ments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided

further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited to the credit of the

appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely

for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided

further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase in-

surance for equipment purchased through research and training grants

only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such

insurance: And provided further, That expenditures from this fund may

be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for

individuals employed on the medical staff at the student health center.

Service clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following

service activities: Central service duplicating and reproducing bureau; au-

tomobiles; furniture stores; postal clearing; telecommunication; computer

service; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the

state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755 and amendments thereto.

Faculty of distinction matching fundNo limit
Kansas career work study program fundNo limit
National direct student loan fundNo limit
Scholarship funds fundNo limit
Sponsored research fundNo limit
Sponsored research overhead fundNo limit
Economic opportunity act--federal fundNo limit
Matching education opportunity grant fundNo limit
Work-study program fundNo limit
Health professions student assistance program--loansfundNo limit
Nine month payroll clearing account fundNo limit
Equipment reserve fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures from the equipment reserve fund shall be

made only for the purchase of equipment.

Pell grants fundNo limit
Housing system suspense fundNo limit
Housing system renovation principal and interest fundNo limit
WSU housing system depreciation and replacementfundNo limit
Perkins loan fundNo limit
Kansas distinguished scholarship fundNo limit
Kansas comprehensive grant fundNo limit
1971 academic and service building maintenance fundNo limit
WSU housing systems revenue fundNo limit
1976 dormitory maintenance reserve fundNo limit
Tuition accountability fundNo limit

(c) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the

president of Wichita state university of not to exceed $150,000 from the

general fees fund to the matching education opportunity grant fund.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $183,730 from the WSU

housing systems revenue fund of Wichita state university to the state

general fund.

(e) On July 1, 2002, the education opportunity grant--federal fund

of Wichita state university is hereby redesignated as the matching edu-

cation opportunity grant fund of Wichita state university.

Sec. 112.


STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures (including official hospitality)$3,645,583
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

(including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30,

2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

State scholarship program$1,278,688
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the state scholarship

program account for the state scholarship program under K.S.A. 72-6816

and amendments thereto and for the Kansas distinguished scholarship

program under K.S.A. 74-3278 through 74-3283 and amendments

thereto: Provided further, That of the total amount appropriated in the

state scholarship program account the amount dedicated for the Kansas

distinguished scholarship program shall not exceed $25,000.

Comprehensive grant program$11,000,000
Ethnic minority scholarship program$361,069
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the ethnic minority schol-

arship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $1,500 except upon

approval of the state finance council.

Kansas work-study program$538,951
Provided, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to transfer

moneys from the Kansas work-study program account to the Kansas ca-

reer work study program fund of any institution under its jurisdiction

participating in the Kansas work-study program established by K.S.A. 74-

3274 et seq., and amendments thereto: Provided further, That all moneys

transferred from this account to the Kansas career work study program

fund of any such institution shall be expended for and in accordance with

the Kansas work-study program.

ROTC scholarship reimbursement$192,166
Provided, That all expenditures from the ROTC scholarship reimburse-

ment account for reimbursements under K.S.A. 74-3256 and amend-

ments thereto to any state educational institution under the jurisdiction

of the state board of regents shall be made as transfers to the general

fees fund of such state educational institution as a transaction between

state agencies in accordance with subsection (b) of K.S.A. 75-5516 and

amendments thereto.

Teachers scholarship program$374,277
Vocational scholarships$125,000
Nursing student scholarship program$248,563
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nursing student schol-

arship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Optometry education program$115,000
Municipal university operating grant$10,594,032
Postsecondary aid for vocational education$20,499,202
Adult basic education$1,100,000
Community college operating grant$85,174,486
Technology equipment at community colleges and Wash-burn university$450,000
Provided, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to make

expenditures from the technology equipment at community colleges and

Washburn university account for grants to community colleges and Wash-

burn university pursuant to grant applications for the purchase of tech-

nology equipment, in accordance with guidelines established by the state

board of education.

Hesston college flagpole$500

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

Osteopathic scholarship repayment fund$480,000
Vocational education scholarship discontinued attendancefundNo limit
Leveraging educational assistance program fund--federalNo limit
Regents' scholarship gift fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the regents' scholarship

gift fund for scholarships awarded to Kansas residents who are attending

institutions of postsecondary education in Kansas which are authorized

under the laws of this state to award academic degrees and who meet

academic and other eligibility criteria established by the state board of

regents by rules and regulations: Provided, however, That a financial

needs test shall not be one of the eligibility criteria established by the

state board of regents for such scholarships: Provided further, That no

scholarship awarded from this fund shall exceed $2,000 per academic

year: And provided further, That any recipient of a scholarship awarded

from this fund may also receive either a state scholarship under K.S.A.

72-6810 to 72-6816, inclusive, and amendments thereto or a tuition grant

under K.S.A. 72-6107 to 72-6111, inclusive, and amendments thereto, or

both: And provided further, That there shall be no reduction of any schol-

arship awarded from this fund for the amount of any such state scholar-

ship or tuition grant received.

Kan-Ed fundNo limit
Earned indirect costs fund--federalNo limit
Faculty of distinction program fundNo limit
Paul Douglas teacher scholarship fund--federalNo limit
GED credentials processing fees fundNo limit
Proprietary school fee fundNo limit
Adult basic education--federal fundNo limit
Truck driver training fundNo limit
Eisenhower professional state grants fund--federalNo limit
Comprehensive grant program discontinued attendancefundNo limit
State scholarship discontinued attendance fundNo limit
Kansas ethnic minority fellowship program fundNo limit
Private postsecondary educational institution degree au-thorization expense reimbursement fee fundNo limit
Voluntary tax sheltered annuity clearing fundNo limit
Substance abuse education fund--federalNo limit
Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fundNo limit
Nursing student scholarship program fundNo limit
Kansas ethnic minority discontinued attendance fundNo limit
Clearing fundNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Teacher scholarship program fundNo limit
Financial aid services fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the financial aid services

fee fund for operating expenditures directly or indirectly related to the

operating costs associated with student financial assistance programs ad-

ministered by the state board of regents: Provided further, That the ex-

ecutive director of the state board of regents is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for the processing of applications for student fi-

nancial assistance under programs administered by the state board of

regents: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to

recover all or a part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred

for administering such programs: And provided further, That all moneys

received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited

to this fund.

Optometry education repayment fundNo limit
Teacher scholarship repayment fundNo limit
Advanced registered nurse practitioner program fundNo limit
Nursing student scholarship discontinued attendancefundNo limit
Nursing student scholarship repayment fundNo limit
ROTC service scholarship program fundNo limit
ROTC service scholarship repayment fundNo limit
Carl D. Perkins vocational and technical education--fed-eral fundNo limit
Carl D. Perkins vocational and technical education--fed-eral fund--state operationsNo limit
Carl D. Perkins technical preparation--federal fundNo limit
FICA recovery fundNo limit
Provided, That the state treasurer shall deposit any moneys received by

any state educational institution from the federal government for repay-

ment of payroll or other taxes improperly paid to the federal government

to the credit of the FICA recovery fund: Provided further, That all mon-

eys in the FICA recovery fund shall be used by the state board of regents

to reimburse the department of education, department of administration

and state board of regents for direct costs and time incurred in obtaining

repayment of payroll or other taxes improperly paid: And provided fur-

ther, That all such reimbursements shall be in addition to any expenditure

limitation imposed on this fund.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the chief executive

officer of the state board of regents, with the approval of the director of

the budget, may transfer any part of any item in an account for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 2003, from the state general fund to another item

of appropriation in an account. The chief executive officer of the state

board of regents shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts

and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the

legislative research department. As used in this subsection, ``account''

means the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) accounts

of the state board of regents, the university of Kansas, the university of

Kansas medical center, Kansas state university, Kansas state university

veterinary medical center, Kansas state university extension systems and

agriculture research programs, Wichita state university, Emporia state

university, Pittsburg state university, Fort Hays state university and the

municipal university operating grant account of the state board of regents,

the post secondary aid for vocational education account of the state board

of regents and the community college operating grant account of the state

board of regents.

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the following:

Vocational education capital outlay aid$2,565,000
Provided, That expenditures from the vocational education capital outlay

aid account for each grant of vocational educational capital outlay aid shall

be matched by the area vocational school, the area vocational-technical

school or the technical college in an amount which is equal to 50% of the

grant. Provided further, That any unencumbered balance in excess of

$100 as of June 30, 2002, in the vocational education capital outlay aid

account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Postsecondary aid for vocational education $6,144,277
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the postsecondary aid for vocational education account is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Technology innovation and internship program$190,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the technical innovation and internship account is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Sec. 113.


DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Central administration operations and parole and postrelease supervision operations$13,470,469
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the central administration

operations and parole and postrelease supervision operations account in

excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal

year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such reappro-

priated balance shall not exceed $762 except upon approval of the state

finance council.

Community corrections$14,153,685
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community corrections

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $30,535 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That no expenditures may be

made by any county from any grant made to such county from the com-

munity corrections account for either half of state fiscal year 2003 which

supplant any amount of local public or private funding of existing pro-

grams as determined in accordance with rules and regulations adopted

by the secretary of corrections: And provided further, That the sum of

$375,000 shall be expended from this account to fund condition violator

grants: And provided further, That the sum of $250,000 shall be expended

from this account to fund adult intensive supervision basic grants, which

shall be in addition to any other expenditures the department of correc-

tions allocates for such purpose.

Day reporting center state match$335,221
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the day reporting center

state match account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $779, except upon

approval of the state finance council acting on this matter which is hereby

characterized as a matter of legislation delegation and subject to the

guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amend-

ments thereto: Provided further, That all expenditures from the day re-

porting center state match account shall be made for the purpose of

providing the required state match for receipt of federal funds for day

reporting centers: And provided further, That all expenditures from the

day reporting center state match account shall be made pursuant to a

contract which is hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary

of corrections with a private entity for operation of such day reporting

centers: And provided further, That such contract shall be designed to

use day reporting centers to divert offenders who would otherwise occupy

prison space making additional prison space available for violent offend-

ers.

Local jail payments$1,734,000
Provided, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 19-1930, and

amendments thereto, payments by the department of corrections under

subsection (b) of K.S.A. 19-1930, and amendments thereto, for the cost

of maintenance of prisoners shall not exceed the per capita daily operating

cost, not including inmate program, for the department of corrections.

Community correctional conservation camp$2,409,250
Conservation camp for female offenders$449,228
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the conservation camp for

female offenders account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $847 except upon ap-

proval of the state finance council.

Treatment and programs$31,527,900
Provided, That expenditures from the treatment and programs account

for malpractice insurance shall not be greater than the amount obtained

by multiplying $5,000 by the approved number of positions equated to

full-time for individuals employed as physician specialists, physician as-

sistants and dentists: Provided further, That the sum of $250,000 shall be

used from this account to fund substance abuse treatment programs in

the facilities of the above agency, which shall be in addition to any other

expenditures the department of corrections allocates for such purpose.

Topeka correctional facility--facilities operations$10,919,079
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Topeka correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $2,959

except upon approval of the state finance council.

Hutchinson correctional facility--facilities operations$24,569,727
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Hutchinson correc-

tional facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, how-

ever, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not ex-

ceed $1,766 except upon approval of the state finance council.

Lansing correctional facility--facilities operations$33,391,393
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Lansing correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $339

except upon approval of the state finance council.

Ellsworth correctional facility--facilities operations$10,579,155
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Ellsworth correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $286

except upon approval of the state finance council.

Winfield correctional facility--facilities operations$9,909,667
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Winfield correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall be made only upon

approval of the state finance council.

Norton correctional facility--facilities operations$12,176,876
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Norton correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $7,528

except upon approval of the state finance council.

El Dorado correctional facility--facilities operations$20,925,952
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the El Dorado correctional

facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002,

is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That

expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $182

except upon approval of the state finance council.

Larned correctional mental health facility--facilitiesoperations$7,921,558
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned correctional

mental health facility--facilities operations account in excess of $100 as

of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided,

however, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not

exceed $14,423 except upon approval of the state finance council.

Facilities operations$12,380,083
Provided, That the department of corrections is authorized to enter into

an extension of up to three years of the existing contract for food services,

which is scheduled to expire at the end of fiscal year 2003: Provided

further, That such food services contract extension shall be exempt from

the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amend-

ments thereto.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $1,000,000

in the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of

any other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $1,000,000 in the aggregate or which requires

the matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during the cur-

rent or any ensuing fiscal year.

Supervision fees fundNo limit
Asset forfeiture--federal fundNo limit
Residential substance abuse treatment--federal fundNo limit
Justice assistance--federal fundNo limit
Department of corrections state asset forfeiture fundNo limit
Carl Perkins act--federal fundNo limit
Criminal Justice Information System--federal fundNo limit
Violent offender incarceration and truth in sentencing in-centive grants--federal fundNo limit
Chapter I--federal fundNo limit
Correctional industries fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the correctional indus-

tries fund for official hospitality.

Alcohol and drug abuse treatment fundNo limit
State of Kansas--department of corrections inmate benefitfundNo limit
Provided, That in addition to any other expenditure authorized from the

state of Kansas--department of corrections inmate benefit fund, the sum

of $15,000 shall be expended for fiscal year 2003 to fund a portion of the

operations of the office of the ombudsman of corrections.

Department of corrections--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Department of corrections--general fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the department of cor-

rections--general fees fund for operating expenditures for training pro-

grams for correctional personnel, including official hospitality: Provided

further, That the secretary of corrections is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for such programs: And provided further, That

such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating

expenses incurred for such training programs, including official hospital-

ity: And provided further, That all fees received for such programs shall

be credited to this fund.

Victims of crime act--federal fundNo limit
Topeka correctional facility--community developmentblock grant--federal fundNo limit
Topeka correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Topeka correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Topeka correctional facility --inmate benefit fundNo limit
Topeka correctional facility--institutional library servicesgrant fund--federalNo limit
Topeka correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--drug free demonstrationproject--federal fundNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--institutional library serv-ices grant fund--federalNo limit
Hutchinson correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Lansing correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Lansing correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Lansing correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
Lansing correctional facility--institutional library servicesgrant fund--federalNo limit
Lansing correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Ellsworth correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Ellsworth correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Ellsworth correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
Ellsworth correctional facility--institutional library serv-ices grant fund--federalNo limit
Ellsworth correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Winfield correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Winfield correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Winfield correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
Winfield correctional facility--institutional library servicesgrant fund-- federalNo limit
Winfield correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Norton correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
Norton correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
Norton correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
Norton correctional facility--institutional library servicesgrant fund--federalNo limit
Norton correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
El Dorado correctional facility--general fees fundNo limit
El Dorado correctional facility--inmate canteen fundNo limit
El Dorado correctional facility--inmate benefit fundNo limit
El Dorado correctional facility--institutional library serv-ices grant fund--federalNo limit
El Dorado correctional facility--alien incarceration grantfund--federalNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--general feesfundNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--inmate can-teen fundNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--inmate benefitfundNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--institutional li-brary services grant fund--federalNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--justice assis-tance--federal fundNo limit
Larned correctional mental health facility--alien incarcer-ation grant fund--federalNo limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of cor-

rections, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any

part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

from the state general fund for the department of corrections or any

correctional institution or facility under the general supervision and man-

agement of the secretary of corrections to another item of appropriation

for fiscal year 2003 from the state general fund for the department of

corrections or any correctional institution or facility under the general

supervision and management of the secretary of corrections. The secre-

tary of corrections shall certify each such transfer to the director of ac-

counts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to

the legislative research department.

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $113,662 from the state

of Kansas--department of corrections inmate benefit fund to the super-

vision fees fund.

(e) On October 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $106,000 from the

correctional industries fund to the Lansing correctional facility--general

fees fund.

(f) On October 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $147,000 from the

correctional industries fund to the Norton correctional facility--general

fees fund.

(g) On October 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $191,000 from the

correctional industries fund to the department of corrections general fees

fund.

(h) On July 1, 2002, and on January 1, 2003, or as soon thereafter as

moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$378,764 from the correctional industries fund to the refunding revenue

bond issue--principal and interest q bonds fund.

(i) Notwithstanding K.S.A. 75-3731, the director of accounts and re-

ports shall accept for payment from the secretary of corrections any duly

authorized claim from the local jail payments account of the state general

fund for costs pursuant to K.S.A. 19-1930 (b) and amendments thereto,

even though such claim is not submitted or processed for payment within

the fiscal year in which the service is rendered and whether or not the

services were rendered prior to the effective date of this act.

(j) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Victims of crime act--federal fundNo limit

(k) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (d) of K.S.A. 75-

5212, and amendments thereto, the secretary of corrections shall reduce

the inservice training for correctional officers from a total of 80 hours to

a total of 40 hours for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003.

Sec. 114.


JUVENILE JUSTICE AUTHORITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$30,508,893
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $11,007 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures from the

operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed

$2,000.

Management information systems$1,203,190
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the management infor-

mation systems account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby

reappropriated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures

from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $6,630 except upon

approval of the state finance council.

Topeka juvenile correctional facility operations$12,481,024
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Topeka juvenile cor-

rectional facility operations subaccount of the facilities operations account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the

Topeka juvenile correctional facility operations account for fiscal year

2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such reappropriated

balance shall not exceed $11 except upon approval of the state finance

council: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this ac-

count for educational services contracts which are hereby authorized to

be negotiated and entered into by the above agency with unified school

districts or other public educational services providers: And provided fur-

ther, That such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the

competitive bid requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments

thereto.

Atchison juvenile correctional facility operations$6,268,340
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Atchison juvenile cor-

rectional facility operations subaccount of the facilities operations account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the

Atchison juvenile correctional facility operations account for fiscal year

2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such reappropriated

balance shall not exceed $6,419 except upon approval of the state finance

council: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this ac-

count for educational services contracts which are hereby authorized to

be negotiated and entered into by the above agency with unified school

districts or other public educational services providers: And provided fur-

ther, That such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the

competitive bid requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments

thereto.

Beloit juvenile correctional facility operations$5,216,831
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Beloit juvenile correc-

tional facility operations subaccount of the facilities operations account in

excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the Beloit

juvenile correctional facility operations account for fiscal year 2003: Pro-

vided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for ed-

ucational services contracts which are hereby authorized to be negotiated

and entered into by the above agency with unified school districts or other

public educational services providers: And provided further, That such

educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive bid

requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto.

Larned juvenile correctional facility operations$5,319,187
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned juvenile cor-

rectional facility operations subaccount of the facilities operations account

in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated to the

Larned juvenile correctional facility operations account for fiscal year

2003: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account

for educational services contracts which are hereby authorized to be ne-

gotiated and entered into by the above agency with unified school districts

or other public educational services providers: And provided further, That

such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive

bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and amendments thereto: And

provided further, That the juvenile justice authority is hereby authorized

to make expenditures from the Larned juvenile correctional facility op-

erations account for fiscal year 2003 to utilize the Meyer building on the

Larned state hospital grounds for relief of overcrowding.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children's

initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Prevention program grant$6,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the prevention program grant account is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That all expenditures by

the above agency from the prevention program grant account shall be for

prevention program grants and evaluation of prevention programs for

fiscal year 2003: Provided further, That money awarded as grants from

this account shall be distributed according to the percentage distribution

of a judicial district's high school graduation failure rate, averaged over a

period of three years, and shall be subject to the requirement that no

judicial district shall receive less than $50,000: And provided further, That

money awarded as grants from this account is not an entitlement to com-

munities, but a grant that must meet conditions prescribed by the above

agency for appropriate outcomes.

Intervention and graduated sanctions community grants$2,000,000
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June

30, 2002, in the intervention and graduated sanctions community grants

account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Title XIX fundNo limit
Title IV-E fundNo limit
Juvenile justice delinquency prevention--federal fundNo limit
Juvenile detention facilities fund$4,082,535
Juvenile justice fee fundNo limit
Kansas juvenile delinquency prevention trust fundNo limit
Juvenile justice federal fundNo limit
Juvenile justice community planning fundNo limit
Byrne grant--federal fundNo limit
Construction of juvenile correctional facilities fund--VOI/TISNo limit
Topeka juvenile correctional facility fee fundNo limit
Topeka juvenile correctional facility improvement fundNo limit
Topeka juvenile correctional facility--elementary and sec-ondary education fund--federal No limit
Topeka juvenile correctional facility--canteen fundNo limit
Topeka juvenile correctional facility--patient benefitfundNo limit
Atchison juvenile correctional facility fee fundNo limit
Atchison juvenile correctional facility--elementary andsecondary education fund--federalNo limit
Atchison juvenile correctional facility--canteen fundNo limit
Atchison juvenile correctional facility--patient benefitfundNo limit
Beloit juvenile correctional facility fee fundNo limit
Beloit juvenile correctional facility--elementary and sec-ondary education fund--federalNo limit
Beloit juvenile correctional facility--canteen fundNo limit
Beloit juvenile correctional facility--patient benefitfundNo limit
Larned juvenile correctional facility fee fundNo limit

(d) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $90,000 from the al-

cohol and drug abuse block grant federal fund of the department of social

and rehabilitation services to the juvenile justice federal fund of the ju-

venile justice authority.

(e) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $46,705 from the alcohol

and drug abuse block grant federal fund of the department of social and

rehabilitation services to the Beloit juvenile correctional facility fee fund

of the juvenile justice authority.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the commissioner of

juvenile justice, with the approval of the director of the budget, may

transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 2003, from the state general fund for the juvenile justice au-

thority or any juvenile correctional facility or institution under the general

supervision and management of the commissioner of juvenile justice to

another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state general

fund for the juvenile justice authority or any juvenile correctional facility

or institution under the general supervision and management of the com-

missioner of juvenile justice. The commissioner of juvenile justice shall

certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall

transmit a copy of each such certification to the legislative research de-

partment.

(g) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the juvenile justice authority from the juvenile detention facili-

ties fund for fiscal year 2003, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-

4803 and amendments thereto, the juvenile justice authority is hereby

authorized and directed to make expenditures from the juvenile detention

facilities fund for fiscal year 2003 for purchase of services: Provided, That

all expenditures for such purpose shall be in addition to any expenditure

limitation imposed on the juvenile detention facilities fund for fiscal year

2003.

Sec. 115.


ADJUTANT GENERAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$4,398,908
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from this ac-

count for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,250.

Civil air patrol--operating expenditures$26,259
Additional operating expenditures$25,000
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the additional operating

expenditures account only upon approval by the state finance council

acting after receiving certification from the adjutant general that moneys

have been received from the federal government to match such expend-

itures and acting on this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter

of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in sub-

section (c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto, except that such

approval also may be given while the legislature is in session.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year or years specified, the following:

2002 ice storm disaster relief

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002$450,000
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003$5,488,000
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004$1,172,000

(c) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2003, and June 30, 2004,

all expenditures from the 2002 ice storm disaster relief account of the

state general fund shall be subject to approval by the state finance council

acting on this matter which is hereby characterized as a matter of legis-

lative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection

(c) of K.S.A. 75-3711c and amendments thereto.

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Conversion of materials and equipment fund--militarydivisionNo limit
Training and support of title III--federal fundNo limit
Emergency management--federal fund matching--equip-ment fundNo limit
Emergency management--federal fund matching--ad-ministration fundNo limit
Emergency management--RADEF instrument--mainte-nance--federal fundNo limit
State disaster coordination--federal fundNo limit
Emergency management--nuclear civil protection--fed-eral fundNo limit
Payment of death, disability, and medical benefit claimsfundNo limit
Expenses under national guard mutual assistance compactfundNo limit
Nuclear safety emergency management fee fundNo limit
Military fees fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received by the adjutant general from the fed-

eral government for reimbursement for expenditures made under agree-

ments with the federal government shall be deposited in the state treasury

and credited to the military fees fund.

State emergency fund allocation--flood reliefNo limit
Emergency management--fee fundNo limit
Armories and units general fees fundNo limit
Emergency management--disaster fund--federal fundNo limit
Civil air patrol--grants and contributions--federal fundNo limit
Emergency management performance grant (EMPG)--federal fundNo limit
EMPG terrorism consequence management preparednessgrant (TCMPA)-- federal fundNo limit
NG--federal forfeiture fundNo limit

(e) (1) On July 1, 2002, the emergency management--RADEF in-

strument--maintenance fund of the adjutant general is hereby redesig-

nated as the emergency management--RADEF instrument--mainte-

nance--federal fund of the adjutant general.

(2) On July 1, 2002, the nuclear safety emergency preparedness fee

fund of the adjutant general is hereby redesignated as the nuclear safety

emergency management fee fund of the adjutant general.

(3) On July 1, 2002, the civil air patrol--grants and contributions fund

of the adjutant general is hereby redesignated as the civil air patrol--

grants and contributions--federal fund of the adjutant general.

(4) On July 1, 2002, the emergency management performance grant

(EMPG) fund of the adjutant general is hereby redesignated as the emer-

gency management performance grant (EMPG)--federal fund of the ad-

jutant general.

(5) On July 1, 2002, the EMPG terrorism consequence management

preparedness grant (TCMPA) fund of the adjutant general is hereby

redesignated as the EMPG terrorism consequence management prepar-

edness grant (TCMPA)--federal fund of the adjutant general.

(f) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state eco-

nomic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,

2003, the following:

Educational assistance$243,342

Sec. 116.


STATE FIRE MARSHAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures, other than refunds authorized

by law, purchases of nationally recognized adopted codes for resale and

federally reimbursed overtime, shall not exceed the following:

Fire marshal fee fund$2,860,355
Provided, That expenditures from the fire marshal fee fund for official

hospitality shall not exceed $500.

Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

other moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than

moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 reg-

ular session of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application

to and authorization by the governor, the above agency may make ex-

penditures of moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal

grant which is more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the

matching expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during the current

or any ensuing fiscal year.

Gifts, grants and donations fundNo limit
Hazardous material program fund$416,782
Hazardous materials emergency fund$250,000
Provided, That expenditures may be made by the state fire marshal from

the hazardous materials emergency fund for fiscal year 2003 for the pur-

poses of responding to specific incidences of emergencies related to haz-

ardous materials without prior approval of the state finance council: Pro-

vided, however, That expenditures from the hazardous materials

emergency fund during fiscal year 2003 for the purposes of responding

to any specific incidence of an emergency related to hazardous materials

without prior approval by the state finance council shall not exceed

$25,000, except upon approval by the state finance council acting on this

matter which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation

and subject to the guidelines prescribed in subsection (c) of K.S.A. 75-

3711c and amendments thereto, except that such approval also may be

given while the legislature is in session.

(b) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available,

the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $224,663 from the fire

marshal fee fund to the hazardous material program fund of the state fire

marshal.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the director of the

budget and the director of the legislative research department shall con-

sult periodically and review the balance credited to and the estimated

receipts to be credited to the fire marshal fee fund during fiscal year

2003, and, upon a finding by the director of the budget in consultation

with the director of the legislative research department that the total of

the unencumbered balance and estimated receipts to be credited to the

fire marshal fee fund during fiscal year 2003 are insufficient to fund the

budgeted expenditures and transfers from the fire marshal fee fund for

fiscal year 2003 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts,

the director of the budget shall certify such finding to the director of

accounts and reports. Upon receipt of any such certification, the director

of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount of moneys from the

hazardous materials emergency fund to the fire marshal fee fund that is

required, in accordance with the certification by the director of the

budget under this subsection, to fund the budgeted expenditures and

transfers from the fire marshal fee fund for the remainder of fiscal year

2003 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, as specified

by the director of the budget pursuant to such certification.

(d) On July 1, 2002, and January 1, 2003, or as soon after each such

date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer $850,000 from the fire marshal fee fund of the state fire marshal

to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from

the fire marshal fee fund of the state fire marshal to the state general

fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund

for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and pur-

chasing services and any other governmental services which are per-

formed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

Sec. 117.


KANSAS PAROLE BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Parole from adult correctional institutions$531,640
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the parole from adult cor-

rectional institutions account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is

hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2003.

Sec. 118.


KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$26,027,733
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $426 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures may be

made from this account for the purchase of civilian clothing for members

of the Kansas highway patrol assigned to duties pursuant to K.S.A. 74-

2105 and amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures

may be made from this account for state aircraft insurance: And provided

further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall

not exceed $2,000: And provided further, That expenditures shall be

made from this account for operating expenditures of the Kansas highway

patrol to provide leadership, coordination and technical assistance to

other state public safety agencies in implementing the conversion to 800

megahertz radio systems for those agencies.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received from the sale of used equipment,

recovery of and reimbursements for expenditures and any other source

of revenue shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the

general fees fund, except as otherwise provided by law: Provided further,

That the Kansas highway patrol shall deposit the proceeds from the sale

of personal sidearms to retiring troopers and other retiring sworn officers

of the Kansas highway patrol, which sales upon retirement are hereby

authorized, in the state treasury to the credit of this fund: Provided, how-

ever, That each such sale of a retiring sworn officer's personal sidearm

upon retirement shall be for an amount of not less than the replacement

cost of the sidearm: And provided further, That the Kansas highway patrol

is hereby authorized to sell and a trooper or other sworn officer of the

Kansas highway patrol who resigns from the Kansas highway patrol to

accept employment with a local, state or federal law enforcement agency

is hereby authorized to purchase such trooper or other sworn officer's

personal sidearm with a trigger lock upon resignation in the same manner

as prescribed in this subsection for retiring troopers and sworn officers

of the Kansas highway patrol for the amount equal to the total of the cost

of the sidearm plus the cost of the trigger lock: And provided further,

That no sale of a personal sidearm shall be made to any trooper or sworn

officer of the Kansas highway patrol upon resignation unless the super-

intendent of the Kansas highway patrol determines that the employment

record and performance evaluations of each such trooper or sworn officer

of the Kansas highway patrol is satisfactory: And provided further, That

the Kansas highway patrol shall deposit the proceeds from the sale of

personal sidearms and trigger locks to such resigning troopers and other

sworn officers in the state treasury to the credit of this fund.

For patrol of Kansas turnpike fundNo limit
Highway patrol motor vehicle fundNo limit
Highway patrol--federal fundNo limit
Kansas highway patrol state forfeiture fundNo limit
Gifts and donations fundNo limit
Federal forfeiture fundNo limit
Motor carrier safety assistance program fundNo limit
Highway patrol training center clearing fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the highway patrol train-

ing center clearing fund for use of the highway patrol training center by

other state or local government agencies: Provided further, That the su-

perintendent of the Kansas highway patrol is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for recovery of costs associated with use of the

highway patrol training center by other state or local government agen-

cies: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to re-

cover all or part of the expenses incurred in providing for the use of the

highway patrol training center by other state or local government agen-

cies: And provided further, That all fees received for use of the highway

patrol training center by other state or local government agencies shall

be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this fund.

Highway safety fundNo limit
Capitol area security fundNo limit
Provided, That the Kansas highway patrol and any state agency which is

responsible for the operation of buildings in the capitol area are hereby

authorized to negotiate contracts for building security services: Provided

further, That any such contract shall provide for reimbursement of the

Kansas highway patrol for services rendered pursuant to such contract

and such reimbursement shall be credited to the capitol area security

fund.

Vehicle identification number fee fundNo limit
Interagency motor vehicle fuel sales fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the interagency motor

vehicle fuel sales fund to provide and sell motor vehicle fuel to other state

agencies: Provided further, That the superintendent of the Kansas high-

way patrol is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for motor

vehicle fuel sold to other state agencies: And provided further, That such

fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred

in providing motor vehicle fuel to other state agencies: And provided

further, That all fees received for such sales of motor vehicle fuel shall

be credited to this fund.

Motor carrier inspection fund$10,555,455
Highway patrol training center fund$776,092
Executive aircraft fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the executive aircraft

fund to provide aircraft services to other state agencies and to purchase

liability and property damage insurance for state aircraft: Provided fur-

ther, That the superintendent of the highway patrol is hereby authorized

to fix, charge and collect fees for such aircraft services to other state

agencies: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to

recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing such

services: And provided further, That all fees received for such services

shall be credited to this fund.

1122 program clearing fundNo limit
Special services fund$260,000

(c) On or before the 10th of each month during the fiscal year ending

June 30, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from

the state general fund to the 1122 program clearing fund interest earnings

based on: (1) The average daily balance of moneys in the 1122 program

clearing fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for

the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

(d) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$291,042 from the motor carrier license fees fund of the state corporation

commission to the motor carrier safety assistance program fund of the

Kansas highway patrol.

(e) On January 1, 2003, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer $291,042 from the motor carrier license fees fund of the state

corporation commission to the motor carrier safety assistance program

fund of the Kansas highway patrol.

(f) On July 1, 2002, October 1, 2002, January 1, 2003, and April 1,

2003, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,618,946 from

the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the motor

carrier inspection fund of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose of

financing the motor carrier inspection program of the Kansas highway

patrol.

(g) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$150,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation

to the highway safety fund of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose

of financing the motorist assistance program of the Kansas highway patrol.

(h) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$223,949 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation

to the general fees fund of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose of

financing operating expenditures of the Kansas highway patrol.

(i) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

all moneys in the central aircraft fund of the department of administration

to the executive aircraft fund of the Kansas highway patrol. On July 1,

2002, all liabilities of the central aircraft fund of the department of ad-

ministration, including any outstanding encumbrances, are hereby trans-

ferred to and imposed on the executive aircraft fund of the Kansas high-

way patrol and the central aircraft fund of the department of

administration is hereby abolished.

(j) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $260,000 from the state

highway fund of the department of transportation to the special services

fund of the Kansas highway patrol.

(k) On July 1, 2002, and January 1, 2003, or as soon after each such

date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall

transfer $504,000 from the motor vehicle fund of the Kansas highway

patrol to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred

from the motor vehicle fund of the Kansas highway patrol to the state

general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general

fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and

purchasing services and any other governmental services which are per-

formed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies

which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such

services.

Sec. 119.


ATTORNEY GENERAL--KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$12,347,923
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall not exceed $56,214 except upon approval of

the state finance council: Provided further, That expenditures from this

account for official hospitality shall not exceed $750.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Kansas bureau of investigation state forfeiture fundNo limit
Kansas bureau of investigation federal forfeiture fundNo limit
Kansas bureau of investigation federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the Kansas bureau of investigation federal grants fund of any moneys

credited to this fund from any individual federal grant if the grant is less

than or equal to $500,000 in the aggregate and the grant does not require

the matching expenditure of any moneys in the state treasury during the

current or any ensuing fiscal year, other than moneys appropriated by

this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the legisla-

ture: Provided, however, That, upon application to and authorization by

the governor, the above agency may make expenditures of moneys cred-

ited to this fund from any individual federal grant which is more than

$500,000 in the aggregate or which requires the matching expenditure of

moneys in the state treasury during the current or any ensuing fiscal year

not appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular

session of the legislature.

High intensity drug trafficking area--federal fundNo limit
Private detective fee fund$55,856
Forensic laboratory and materials fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the forensic laboratory

and materials fee fund for the acquisition of laboratory equipment and

materials and for other direct or indirect operating expenditures for the

forensic laboratory of the Kansas bureau of investigation incurred for

laboratory tests conducted for noncriminal justice entities, including gov-

ernmental agencies and private organizations, which testing activity is

hereby authorized: Provided, however, That all expenditures from this

fund of moneys received as Kansas bureau of investigation laboratory

analysis fees pursuant to subsection (a) of K.S.A. 28-176 and amendments

thereto shall be for the purposes authorized by subsection (c) of K.S.A.

28-176 and amendments thereto: Provided further, That the director of

the Kansas bureau of investigation is hereby authorized to fix, charge and

collect fees for laboratory tests conducted for such noncriminal justice

entities: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to

recover all or part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred

for conducting laboratory tests for such noncriminal justice entities: And

provided further, That all fees received for such laboratory tests, including

all moneys received pursuant to subsection (a) of K.S.A. 28-176 and

amendments thereto shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited

to this fund.

KBI general fees fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the KBI general fees

fund for direct or indirect operating expenditures incurred for the follow-

ing activities: (1) Conducting education and training classes for special

agents and other personnel, including official hospitality; (2) purchasing

illegal drugs, making contacts and acquiring information leading to illegal

drug outlets, contraband and stolen property, and conducting other ac-

tivities for similar investigatory purposes; (3) conducting investigations

and related activities for the Kansas lottery or the Kansas racing and

gaming commission; (4) conducting DNA forensic laboratory tests and

related activities; (5) preparing, publishing and distributing crime pre-

vention materials: Provided, however, That the director of the Kansas

bureau of investigation is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees

in order to recover all or part of the direct and indirect operating expenses

incurred, except as otherwise hereinafter provided, for the following: (1)

Education and training services made available to local law enforcement

personnel in classes conducted for special agents and other personnel of

the Kansas bureau of investigation; (2) investigations and related activities

conducted for the Kansas lottery or the Kansas racing and gaming com-

mission, except that the fees fixed for these activities shall be fixed in

order to recover all of the direct and indirect expenses incurred for such

investigations and related activities; (3) DNA forensic laboratory tests and

related activities; (4) sale and distribution of crime prevention materials:

Provided further, That all fees received for such activities shall be de-

posited in the state treasury and credited to this fund: And provided

further, That all moneys which are expended for any such evidence pur-

chase, information acquisition or similar investigatory purpose or activity

from whatever funding source and which are recovered shall be deposited

in the state treasury and credited to this fund: And provided further, That

all moneys received as gifts, grants or donations for the preparation, pub-

lication or distribution of crime prevention materials shall be deposited

in the state treasury to the credit of this fund: And provided further, That

expenditures from any moneys received from the division of alcoholic

beverage control and credited to the KBI general fees fund may be made

by the Kansas bureau of investigation for all purposes for which expend-

itures may be made for operating expenditures.

Record check fee fundNo limit
Provided, That the director of the Kansas bureau of investigation is au-

thorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover all or part of

the direct and indirect operating expenses for criminal history record

checks conducted for noncriminal justice entities including government

agencies and private organizations: Provided, however, That all moneys

received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited

to the record check fee fund: Provided further, That expenditures from

the record check fee fund may be made only for the expenses of con-

ducting criminal history record checks.

(c) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

all moneys in the federal grants fund--HIDTA account of the Kansas

bureau of investigation federal grants fund to the high intensity drug

trafficking area--federal fund. On July 1, 2002, all liabilities of the federal

grants fund--HIDTA account of the Kansas bureau of investigation fed-

eral grants fund are hereby transferred to and imposed upon the high

intensity drug trafficking area--federal fund and the federal grants

fund--HIDTA account of the Kansas bureau of investigation federal

grants fund is hereby abolished.

Sec. 120.


EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

EMS--federal fundNo limit
Rural health options grant fundNo limit
Emergency medical services operating fund$858,974
Provided, That the emergency medical services board is hereby author-

ized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover costs incurred for

distributing educational videos, replacing lost educational materials and

mailing labels of those licensed by the board: Provided further, That such

fees may be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs: And pro-

vided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited

in the state treasury and credited to the emergency medical services op-

erating fund: And provided further, That expenditures from the emer-

gency medical services operating fund for the operating costs of the emer-

gency medical services board shall not exceed $781,474: And provided

further, That expenditures from the emergency medical services oper-

ating fund shall not exceed $77,500 to provide additional funding to the

regional councils: And provided further, That, notwithstanding any pro-

visions of K.S.A. 65-6128 or 65-6129b, and amendments thereto, or of

any other statute to the contrary, all moneys received by the emergency

medical services board for fees authorized by law for licensure or the

issuance of permits, or for any other regulatory duties and functions pre-

scribed by law in the field of emergency medical services, shall be de-

posited in the state treasury to the credit of the emergency medical serv-

ices operating fund of the emergency medical services board.

[(+)]

Sec. 121.


KANSAS SENTENCING COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$460,520
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

General fees fundNo limit
Juvenile justice--federal fundNo limit
Statistical analysis--federal fundNo limit
Drug abuse fund--federalNo limit
Sentencing commission forfeiture fundNo limit

Sec. 122.


OMBUDSMAN OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Adult corrections oversight$175,786
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the adult corrections over-

sight account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappro-

priated for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from

such reappropriated balance shall be made only upon approval of the

state finance council.

Sec. 123.


KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general

fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the following:

Operating expenditures$10,029,542
Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures

account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2002, is hereby reappropriated

for fiscal year 2003: Provided, however, That expenditures from such

reappropriated balance shall be made only upon approval of the state

finance council: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from

this account for expenses incurred in holding the annual meeting: And

provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospi-

tality shall not exceed $2,000: And provided further, That the above

agency may negotiate and enter into contracts to carry out its functions

at the annual meeting: And provided further, That such contracts shall

not be subject to the competitive bid requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739 and

amendments thereto.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following

special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003,

all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such

fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by

law shall not exceed the following:

Dairy fee fund$332,370
Meat and poultry inspection fee fund$68,630
Wheat quality survey fund$29,341
Entomology fee fund$122,017
Laboratory equipment fundNo limit
Water structures--state highway fund$89,832
Soil amendment fee fund$1,075
Agricultural liming materials fee fund$48,792
Weights and measures fee fund$162,163
Water appropriation certification fund$297,449
Water rights information system fees fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to fix,

charge and collect fees for water data provided at the request of non-

state government agencies and the general public: Provided further, That

such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all of the direct data processing

expenses incurred in preparation of requested water data: And provided

further, That such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury and cred-

ited to the water rights information system fees fund: And provided fur-

ther, That expenditures may be made from this fund to pay the costs

incurred by the division of water resources for data processing services

to prepare requested water data.

Water resources cost fundNo limit
Provided, That all moneys received by the secretary of agriculture from

any governmental or nongovernmental source to implement the provi-

sions of 2001 Senate Bill No. 237, which are hereby authorized to be

applied for and received, shall be deposited in the state treasury to the

credit of the water resources cost fund.

Agriculture seed fee fund$60,219
Chemigation fee fund$107,255
Agriculture statistics fundNo limit
Petroleum inspection fee fund$623,605
Water transfer hearing fundNo limit
Grain commodity commission services fundNo limit
Kansas agricultural remediation board fund$150,000
Kansas agricultural remediation fundNo limit
Warehouse fee fund$588,058
Grain inspection fee fund$0
U.S. geological survey cooperative gage agreement fundNo limit
Provided, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to enter

into a cooperative gage agreement with the United States geological sur-

vey: Provided further, That all moneys collected for the construction or

operation of river water intake gages shall be deposited in the state treas-

ury and credited to the U.S. geological survey cooperative gage agreement

fund: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this

fund to pay the costs incurred in the construction or operation of river

water intake gauges.

Computer services fundNo limit
Agricultural chemical fee fund$284,864
Feeding stuffs fee fund$479,178
Fertilizer fee fund$507,571
Livestock remedies fee fund$21,975
Plant pest emergency responses fundNo limit
Pesticide use fee fund$433,922
Geographic information system fee fundNo limit
Egg fee fund$112,643
Meat and poultry inspection fund--federalNo limit
EPA pesticide performance partnership grant fundNo limit
FEMA dam safetyNo limit
FEMA stream mapping fundNo limit
Pest detection and survey--federal fundNo limit
USDA NASS postage fundNo limit
FDA tissue residue fund--federalNo limit
Conversion of materials and equipment fundNo limit
Publications fee fundNo limit
Provided, That expenditures may be made from the publications fee fund

for operating expenditures related to preparation and publication of ``In-

sects in Kansas'': Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions

of K.S.A. 75-1005 and amendments thereto to the contrary, the secretary

of agriculture is hereby authorized to enter into a contract with a com-

mercial publisher for the printing, distribution and sale of the publication

``Insects in Kansas'': And provided further, That the secretary of agricul-

ture is hereby authorized to collect fees from such commercial publisher

pursuant to contract with the publisher for the sale of the publication:

And provided further, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby author-

ized to receive and accept grants, gifts, donations or funds of any kind

from the federal government or any of its agencies or from any other

source whatsoever for the printing, publication and distribution of ``In-

sects in Kansas'': And provided further, That all moneys received from

such fees or for such grants, gifts, donations or other funds received for

such purpose, shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to this

fund.

Other federal grants fundNo limit
Provided, That, the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the other federal grants fund of any moneys credited to this fund from

any individual grant if the grant is: (1) Less than or equal to $250,000 in

the aggregate, and (2) does not require the matching expenditure of any

moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003 other than moneys

appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session

of the legislature: Provided, however, That, upon application to and au-

thorization by the governor, the above agency may make expenditures of

moneys credited to this fund from any individual federal grant which is

more than $250,000 in the aggregate or which requires the matching

expenditure of moneys in the state treasury during fiscal year 2003, other

than moneys appropriated by this or other appropriation act of the 2002

regular session of the legislature: Provided further, That no grant for the

farmers' assistance, counseling and training program shall be deposited

to the credit of this fund.

Civil litigation fee fundNo limit
Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from

the civil litigation fee fund for costs or other expenses associated with

investigation and litigation regarding fraudulent meat sales: Provided fur-

ther, That a portion of the moneys received by the state from fines and

other moneys collected as a result of the settlement of fraudulent meat

sales cases, as determined by the secretary of agriculture and the attorney

general, shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of this fund

by the attorney general.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water

plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, for the water plan

project or projects specified, the following:

Floodplain management$128,738
Interstate water issues$218,297
Subbasin water resources management$493,508
Water appropriation subprogram$93,393
Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 82a-951, and

amendments thereto, all moneys in the water appropriation subprogram

account of the state water plan fund shall be expended for salaries and

wages, including associated employer contributions.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the secretary of ag-

riculture, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer

any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state

water plan fund for the Kansas department of agriculture to another item

of appropriation for fiscal year 2003 from the state water plan fund for

the Kansas department of agriculture: Provided, That the secretary of

agriculture shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and

reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director

of the legislative research department.

(e) On July 1, 2002, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer

$77,103 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation

to the water structures--state highway fund of the Kansas department of

agriculture.

(f) On July 1, 2002, the other grants fund of the Kansas department

of agriculture is hereby redesignated as the other federal grants fund of

the Kansas department of agriculture.

(g) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the petro-

leum inspection fee fund of the Kansas department of agriculture to the

state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the pe-

troleum inspection fee fund of the Kansas department of agriculture to

the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the

state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, per-

sonnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services

which are performed on behalf of the state agency involved by other state

agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to pro-

vide such services.

(h) On July 1, 2002, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the

director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the feeding

stuffs fee fund of the Kansas department of agriculture to the state gen-

eral fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the feeding stuffs

fee fund of the Kansas department of agriculture to the state general fund

pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund for

accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing

services and any other governmental services which are performed on

behalf of the state agency involved by other state agencies which receive

appropriations from the state general fund to provide such services.

Sec. 124. (a) In addition to the other purposes for which expendi-

tures may be made by the Kansas department of agriculture from moneys

appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue funds

for fiscal year 2003 for the Kansas department of agriculture as authorized

by this or other appropriation act of the 2002 regular session of the leg-

islature, expenditures shall be made by the Kansas department of agri-

culture from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any

special revenue funds for fiscal year 2003, in addition to other statutory

implementation requirements of the meat and poultry inspection sub-

program of the Kansas department of agriculture, to: (1) Continue pro-

cedures to provide for annual or updated training for authorized repre-

sentatives and inspectors of the meat and poultry inspection subprogram

and to allow the owners of facilities regulated under the meat and poultry

inspection subprogram to attend and participate at the annual training

workshop for the meat and poultry inspection subprogram; and (2) make

available to such owners and other interested persons an inspection hand-

book describing the duties and responsibilities of such authorized rep-

resentatives and inspectors of the meat and poultry inspection subpro-

gram.

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be

made by the Kansas department of agriculture and