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Section 33-13-10

Bonds - State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund.

There is hereby created a special fund to be designated the State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund, which shall be held in and constitute a part of the State Treasury and which shall be maintained until the principal of and interest on the bonds (or any refunding bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any of the bonds) shall have been paid in full.

As promptly as may be practicable following each fiscal year of the state, commencing with the fiscal year ending September 30, 1976, the state docks director shall determine the number of tons (each ton to be deemed to constitute 2,000 pounds) of general cargo that was handled by the State Docks Department during the said fiscal year. Not later than 90 days after the end of each such fiscal year, the State Docks Department shall pay into the said special fund whichever is the smaller of the following:

(1) An amount equal to $.03 for each ton (i.e., 2,000 pounds) of general cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities during the fiscal year with respect to which such determination was made, or

(2) The entire revenues derived by the State Docks Department from operation of the state docks facilities remaining at the end of the said fiscal year after

a. Payment of all expenses of operation and maintenance of the state docks facilities that became payable on or prior to the last day of said fiscal year,

b. Payment of all principal and interest that matured on or prior to the said last day of the said fiscal year with respect to obligations which were heretofore issued and for payment of which revenues from the state docks facilities have been heretofore pledged (or any bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any such obligations) and

c. The making of all payments into any special funds that are required to have been made, prior to the end of the said fiscal year, in any proceedings authorizing any such obligations (or any such refunding obligations); provided, that the foregoing provisions of this section are and shall be subject to all pledges heretofore made of the revenues from the state docks facilities and all agreements set forth in any documents or proceedings wherein the said pledges were made.

The term "general cargo" as used in this section shall be deemed to include all cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities except

(1) Cargo of the class generally known as proprietary cargo handled by the owners of such cargo (or their agents) at the state docks facilities under special arrangements between such owners and the State Docks Department, and

(2) Export coal handled at or in connection with that portion of the state docks facilities known as the McDuffie Terminal.

The moneys on deposit in the said special fund shall be applied for payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds; and moneys in the said special fund shall be exhausted for payment of the said principal and interest prior to the use for such purpose of any moneys in the general fund of the state.

(Acts 1975, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 78, p. 206, §10.)

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Statutes > Alabama > Title33 > Chapter13 > 33-13-10

Section 33-13-10

Bonds - State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund.

There is hereby created a special fund to be designated the State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund, which shall be held in and constitute a part of the State Treasury and which shall be maintained until the principal of and interest on the bonds (or any refunding bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any of the bonds) shall have been paid in full.

As promptly as may be practicable following each fiscal year of the state, commencing with the fiscal year ending September 30, 1976, the state docks director shall determine the number of tons (each ton to be deemed to constitute 2,000 pounds) of general cargo that was handled by the State Docks Department during the said fiscal year. Not later than 90 days after the end of each such fiscal year, the State Docks Department shall pay into the said special fund whichever is the smaller of the following:

(1) An amount equal to $.03 for each ton (i.e., 2,000 pounds) of general cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities during the fiscal year with respect to which such determination was made, or

(2) The entire revenues derived by the State Docks Department from operation of the state docks facilities remaining at the end of the said fiscal year after

a. Payment of all expenses of operation and maintenance of the state docks facilities that became payable on or prior to the last day of said fiscal year,

b. Payment of all principal and interest that matured on or prior to the said last day of the said fiscal year with respect to obligations which were heretofore issued and for payment of which revenues from the state docks facilities have been heretofore pledged (or any bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any such obligations) and

c. The making of all payments into any special funds that are required to have been made, prior to the end of the said fiscal year, in any proceedings authorizing any such obligations (or any such refunding obligations); provided, that the foregoing provisions of this section are and shall be subject to all pledges heretofore made of the revenues from the state docks facilities and all agreements set forth in any documents or proceedings wherein the said pledges were made.

The term "general cargo" as used in this section shall be deemed to include all cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities except

(1) Cargo of the class generally known as proprietary cargo handled by the owners of such cargo (or their agents) at the state docks facilities under special arrangements between such owners and the State Docks Department, and

(2) Export coal handled at or in connection with that portion of the state docks facilities known as the McDuffie Terminal.

The moneys on deposit in the said special fund shall be applied for payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds; and moneys in the said special fund shall be exhausted for payment of the said principal and interest prior to the use for such purpose of any moneys in the general fund of the state.

(Acts 1975, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 78, p. 206, §10.)

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Statutes > Alabama > Title33 > Chapter13 > 33-13-10

Section 33-13-10

Bonds - State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund.

There is hereby created a special fund to be designated the State Docks Facilities Reserve Fund, which shall be held in and constitute a part of the State Treasury and which shall be maintained until the principal of and interest on the bonds (or any refunding bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any of the bonds) shall have been paid in full.

As promptly as may be practicable following each fiscal year of the state, commencing with the fiscal year ending September 30, 1976, the state docks director shall determine the number of tons (each ton to be deemed to constitute 2,000 pounds) of general cargo that was handled by the State Docks Department during the said fiscal year. Not later than 90 days after the end of each such fiscal year, the State Docks Department shall pay into the said special fund whichever is the smaller of the following:

(1) An amount equal to $.03 for each ton (i.e., 2,000 pounds) of general cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities during the fiscal year with respect to which such determination was made, or

(2) The entire revenues derived by the State Docks Department from operation of the state docks facilities remaining at the end of the said fiscal year after

a. Payment of all expenses of operation and maintenance of the state docks facilities that became payable on or prior to the last day of said fiscal year,

b. Payment of all principal and interest that matured on or prior to the said last day of the said fiscal year with respect to obligations which were heretofore issued and for payment of which revenues from the state docks facilities have been heretofore pledged (or any bonds that may hereafter be issued to refund any such obligations) and

c. The making of all payments into any special funds that are required to have been made, prior to the end of the said fiscal year, in any proceedings authorizing any such obligations (or any such refunding obligations); provided, that the foregoing provisions of this section are and shall be subject to all pledges heretofore made of the revenues from the state docks facilities and all agreements set forth in any documents or proceedings wherein the said pledges were made.

The term "general cargo" as used in this section shall be deemed to include all cargo handled by the State Docks Department at or in connection with the state docks facilities except

(1) Cargo of the class generally known as proprietary cargo handled by the owners of such cargo (or their agents) at the state docks facilities under special arrangements between such owners and the State Docks Department, and

(2) Export coal handled at or in connection with that portion of the state docks facilities known as the McDuffie Terminal.

The moneys on deposit in the said special fund shall be applied for payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds; and moneys in the said special fund shall be exhausted for payment of the said principal and interest prior to the use for such purpose of any moneys in the general fund of the state.

(Acts 1975, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 78, p. 206, §10.)

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