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TITLE 22
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
CHAPTER 53
IDAHO WOLF DEPREDATION CONTROL BOARD
22-5305.  wolf control fund. (1) The wolf control fund is hereby created and established in the state treasury. Moneys in the fund shall be divided into three (3) subaccounts identified as follows:
(a)  The "livestock subaccount" which shall consist of all assessments collected by the state brand inspector and the Idaho sheep and goat health board pursuant to the provisions of this chapter;
(b)  The "fish and game fund transfer subaccount" which shall consist of all moneys transferred to the fund from the fish and game fund pursuant to the provisions of this chapter; and
(c)  The "other money subaccount" which shall consist of any moneys other than moneys identified in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this subsection that are deposited in the fund.
The state treasurer shall invest the idle moneys of each subaccount and the interest earned on such investments shall be retained by each subaccount. Moneys in the fund are continuously appropriated to be used solely for carrying out the provisions of this chapter.
(2)  The wolf control secondary fund, hereinafter referred to as the secondary fund, is hereby created and established in the state treasury. Beginning in fiscal year 2015, at any time moneys in the livestock subaccount of the wolf control fund exceed one hundred ten thousand dollars ($110,000), any amount over and above one hundred ten thousand dollars ($110,000) shall be deposited in the secondary fund. The state treasurer shall invest the idle moneys of the secondary fund, and the interest earned on such investments shall be retained by the secondary fund. Moneys in the fund are continuously appropriated to be used solely for meeting the livestock assessment deposit requirements of section 22-5306(1), Idaho Code. In the event collected assessments do not meet the minimum deposit requirements, an amount from the secondary fund as is necessary to meet the minimum deposit requirements in combination with collected assessments may be transferred to the livestock subaccount of the wolf control fund at the end of each fiscal year.

History:
[22-5305, added 2014, ch. 188, sec. 2, p. 501.]


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