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 67-4129A. Historical society account. The director of the Idaho state historical society may receive, on behalf of the society, any money or real or personal property donated, bequeathed, devised, or conditionally granted to the society. "Donated," as used in this section, shall include moneys paid by the public for admission to historical facilities operated by the society, and shall include moneys derived from retail sales related to the society's programs.
Such moneys received directly or derived from the sale of such property shall be deposited by the state treasurer in a special account in the agency asset fund to be known as the "Historical Society Account," which is hereby established, reserved, set aside and administered to carry out the terms or conditions of such donation, bequest, devise, or grant. Pending such expenditure or use, surplus moneys in the historical society account shall be invested by the state treasurer in the manner provided for idle state moneys in the state treasury by section 67-1210, Idaho Code. Interest received on all such investments shall be paid into the historical society account.
The director shall provide annually, to the legislative services office, an accounting of the historical society account, setting forth the sources, applications and balance of moneys within the account.

[67-4129A, added 1983, ch. 65, sec. 1, p. 148; am. 1993, ch. 327, sec. 34, p. 1223; am. 1996, ch. 159, sec. 22, p. 525.]

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