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Date of enactment: April 21, 2000
1999 Assembly Bill 920 Date of publication*: May 5, 2000
* Section 991.11, Wisconsin Statutes 1997-98: Effective date of acts. "Every act and every portion of an act enacted by the legislature over the governor's partial veto which does not expressly prescribe the time when it takes effect shall take effect on the day after its date of publication as designated" by the secretary of state [the date of publication may not be more than 10 working days after the date of enactment].
1999 WISCONSIN ACT 83
An Act relating to: repealing, consolidating, renumbering, amending and revising various provisions of the statutes for the purpose of correcting errors, supplying omissions, correcting and clarifying references and eliminating defects, anachronisms, conflicts, ambiguities and obsolete provisions (Revisor's Revision Bill).
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
Note: No substantive change to any affected statute is intended to be made by this bill.
83,1 Section 1. 1.10 of the statutes is amended to read:
1.10 State song, state dance and state symbols. (1) The Wisconsin state song is "On, Wisconsin", music written by W. T. Purdy, the words to which are as follows: "On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! Grand old badger state! We, thy loyal sons and daughters, Hail thee, good and great. On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin Champion of the right, `Forward', our motto — God will give thee might!".
(2) The Wisconsin state dance is the polka.
(3) The Wisconsin state symbols are as follows:
(a) The mourning dove (zenaidura macroura corolinensis linnaus) is the symbol of peace; the Wisconsin .
(b) Milk is the state beverage is milk; the Wisconsin.
(c) The sugar maple (acer saccharum) is the state tree is the sugar maple (acer saccharum); the Wisconsin.
(d) Corn (Zea mays) is the state grain is corn (Zea mays); the Wisconsin.
(e) The wood violet (viola papilionacea) is the state flower is the wood violet (viola papilionacea); the Wisconsin.
(f) The robin (turdus migratorius) is the state bird is the robin (turdus migratorius); the Wisconsin.
(g) The muskellunge (Esox masquinongy masquinongy Mitchell) is the state fish is the muskellunge (Esox masquinongy masquinongy Mitchell); the Wisconsin.
(h) The badger (taxidea taxus) is the state animal is the badger (taxidea taxus); the Wisconsin.
(i) The dairy cow (bos taurus) is the state domestic animal is the dairy cow (bos taurus); the Wisconsin.
(j) The white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus) is the state wildlife animal is the white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus); the Wisconsin.
(k) The American water spaniel is the state dog is the American water spaniel; the Wisconsin.
(L) The honey bee (apis mellifera) is the state insect is the honey bee (apis mellifera); the Wisconsin.
(m) The trilobite (calymene celebra) is the state fossil is the trilobite (calymene celebra); the Wisconsin.
(n) Galena (lead sulfide) is the state mineral is the galena (lead sulfide); the Wisconsin.
(o) Red granite is the state rock is the red granite; and the Wisconsin.
(p) Antigo silt loam (typic glossoboralf) is the state soil is the Antigo silt loam (typic glossoboralf).
(4) The Wisconsin Blue Book shall include the information contained in this section concerning the state song, dance, beverage, tree, grain, flower, bird, fish, animal, domestic animal, wildlife animal, dog, insect, fossil, mineral, rock and soil.
Note: Subdivides provision in outline form and reorders text for internal consistency and conformity with current style.
83,2 Section 2. 11.01 (6) (a) 1., 3. and 7. of the statutes are amended to read:
11.01 (6) (a) 1. A gift, subscription, loan, advance, or deposit of money or anything of value (, except a loan of money by a commercial lending institution made by the institution in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the ordinary course of business), made for political purposes. In this subdivision "anything of value" means a thing of merchantable value.
3. A contract, promise or agreement, if legally enforceable, to make a gift, subscription, loan, advance, or deposit of money or anything of value (, except a loan of money by a commercial lending institution in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the ordinary course of business), for a political purpose.
7. A gift, subscription, loan, advance, or deposit of money or anything of value (, except a loan of money by a commercial lending institution made by the institution in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the ordinary course of business), or a contract, promise or agreement, if legally enforceable, to make the same, made by a committee for a purpose authorized under s. 11.25 (2) (b), or by an individual for a purpose authorized under s. 11.25 (2) (b) if deposited in a campaign depository account.
Note: Replaces parentheses in conformity with current style.
83,3 Section 3. 11.01 (7) (a) 1. and 3. of the statutes are amended to read:
11.01 (7) (a) 1. A purchase, payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit, or gift of money or anything of value (, except a loan of money by a commercial lending institution made by the institution in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the ordinary course of business), made for political purposes. In this subdivision, "anything of value" means a thing of merchantable value.
3. A contract, promise, or agreement, if legally enforceable, to make a purchase, payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit or gift of money or anything of value (, except a loan of money by a commercial lending institution in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the ordinary course of business), for a political purpose.
Note: Replaces parentheses in conformity with current style.
83,4 Section 4. 11.31 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 11.31 (6) (a) (intro.) and amended to read:
11.31 (6) (a) (intro.) In computing the limitations under this section an individual or campaign treasurer may exclude any contributions of the following:
1. Contributions returned to the contributor; any loan.
2. Loan repayments made; any inaugural .
3. Inaugural expenses paid from the campaign depository account under s. 11.25 (2) (b); any expenses.
4. Expenses incurred as a result of a recount; all.
5. All federal, state or local taxes paid; any reimbursement.
6. Reimbursement made to a candidate for the candidate's travel expenses; the.
7. The gross receipts from the sale at an auction of any materials contributed to a candidate and reported by the candidate as a disbursement at the time the contribution is made; all.
8. All refunds or deposits paid; the .
9. The cost of services and materials purchased from a service provider for the purpose of compliance with the electronic filing requirement under s. 11.21 (16); and the.
10. The cost of facilities rental, entertainment expense, food and beverages (, including the preparation and service thereof if contracted to an outside agency), if utilized for a meal, sale, rally or similar fund raising effort or program which that is intended for political purposes.
(b) Any such exclusion claimed under par. (a) shall be reported to the appropriate filing officer in such the form as that the board may require requires.
Note: Subdivides provision in outline form and replaces parentheses for improved readability and conformity with current style.
83,5 Section 5. 16.46 (1) to (5) of the statutes are amended to read:
16.46 (1) A summary of the actual and estimated receipts of the state government in all operating funds under existing laws during the current and the succeeding bienniums, classified so as to show the receipts by funds, organization units and sources of income;.
(2) A summary of the actual and estimated disbursements of the state government from all operating funds during the current biennium and of the requests of agencies and the recommendations of the governor for the succeeding biennium;.
(3) A statement showing the condition of all operating funds of the treasury at the close of the preceding fiscal year and the estimated condition at the close of the current year;.
(4) A statement showing how the total estimated disbursements during each year of the succeeding biennium compare with the estimated receipts, and the additional revenues, if any, needed to defray the estimated expenses of the state;.
(5) A statement of the actual and estimated receipts and disbursements of each department and of all state aids and activities during the current biennium, the departmental estimates and requests, and the recommendations of the governor for the succeeding biennium. Estimates of expenditures shall be classified to set forth such expenditures by funds, organization units, appropriation, object and activities at the discretion of the secretary;.
Note: Replaces punctuation for internal consistency and conformity with current style.
83,6 Section 6. 16.82 (1) and (2) of the statutes are amended to read:
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