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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4799.13



4799.13.  (a) There is hereby created in the State Treasury, the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund. The money in the Forest Resources
Improvement Fund may only be expended, upon appropriation by the
Legislature, for the cost of operations associated with management of
lands held in trust by the state and operated as demonstration state
forests by the department pursuant to Section 4646, including
restoration activities, and to reimburse the department's cost of
maintaining and improving the campground facilities, associated
recreational facilities, natural environment, and access thereto,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 4652.
   (b) The Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be the depository
for all revenue derived from the repayment of loans made or interest
received pursuant to Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 4790), the
receipts from the sale of forest products, as defined in Section
4638, from the state forests to support the operations described in
subdivision (a), and revenue received from recreational user fees,
pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 4652. Money in the fund in
excess of the amount needed to support those operations shall be
deposited in the General Fund.
   (c) The director may accept grants and donations of equipment,
seedlings, labor, materials, or funds from any source for the purpose
of supporting or facilitating activities undertaken pursuant to this
part. Any funds received shall be deposited by the director in the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund.
   (d) Each proposed expenditure by the department of money from the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be included as a separate
item and scheduled individually in the Budget Bill for each fiscal
year for consideration by the Legislature. These appropriations shall
be subject to all of the limitations contained in the Budget Bill
and to all other fiscal procedures prescribed by law with respect to
the expenditure of state funds.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 4799.13

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4799.13



4799.13.  (a) There is hereby created in the State Treasury, the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund. The money in the Forest Resources
Improvement Fund may only be expended, upon appropriation by the
Legislature, for the cost of operations associated with management of
lands held in trust by the state and operated as demonstration state
forests by the department pursuant to Section 4646, including
restoration activities, and to reimburse the department's cost of
maintaining and improving the campground facilities, associated
recreational facilities, natural environment, and access thereto,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 4652.
   (b) The Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be the depository
for all revenue derived from the repayment of loans made or interest
received pursuant to Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 4790), the
receipts from the sale of forest products, as defined in Section
4638, from the state forests to support the operations described in
subdivision (a), and revenue received from recreational user fees,
pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 4652. Money in the fund in
excess of the amount needed to support those operations shall be
deposited in the General Fund.
   (c) The director may accept grants and donations of equipment,
seedlings, labor, materials, or funds from any source for the purpose
of supporting or facilitating activities undertaken pursuant to this
part. Any funds received shall be deposited by the director in the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund.
   (d) Each proposed expenditure by the department of money from the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be included as a separate
item and scheduled individually in the Budget Bill for each fiscal
year for consideration by the Legislature. These appropriations shall
be subject to all of the limitations contained in the Budget Bill
and to all other fiscal procedures prescribed by law with respect to
the expenditure of state funds.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 4799.13

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4799.13



4799.13.  (a) There is hereby created in the State Treasury, the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund. The money in the Forest Resources
Improvement Fund may only be expended, upon appropriation by the
Legislature, for the cost of operations associated with management of
lands held in trust by the state and operated as demonstration state
forests by the department pursuant to Section 4646, including
restoration activities, and to reimburse the department's cost of
maintaining and improving the campground facilities, associated
recreational facilities, natural environment, and access thereto,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 4652.
   (b) The Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be the depository
for all revenue derived from the repayment of loans made or interest
received pursuant to Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 4790), the
receipts from the sale of forest products, as defined in Section
4638, from the state forests to support the operations described in
subdivision (a), and revenue received from recreational user fees,
pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 4652. Money in the fund in
excess of the amount needed to support those operations shall be
deposited in the General Fund.
   (c) The director may accept grants and donations of equipment,
seedlings, labor, materials, or funds from any source for the purpose
of supporting or facilitating activities undertaken pursuant to this
part. Any funds received shall be deposited by the director in the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund.
   (d) Each proposed expenditure by the department of money from the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund shall be included as a separate
item and scheduled individually in the Budget Bill for each fiscal
year for consideration by the Legislature. These appropriations shall
be subject to all of the limitations contained in the Budget Bill
and to all other fiscal procedures prescribed by law with respect to
the expenditure of state funds.


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