[Previous] [Next]

47-1104.1.


47-1104.1.
   
   A. The twenty-five-dollar fee authorized by paragraph 20 of Section
   1136 of this title for university or college supporter license plates
   which are received each year by the Oklahoma Tax Commission or its
   motor license agents shall be apportioned as follows:
   
   1. Twenty Dollars ($20.00) of the fee for each license plate
   designating a particular state university or college shall be
   apportioned to the particular state university or college so
   designated on the license plate. Twenty Dollars ($20.00) of the fee
   for each license plate designating a particular private university or
   college shall be apportioned to the particular private university or
   college so designated on the license plate and may be used by the
   private university or college as compensation for use of the symbols,
   words, or letters authorized by the private university or college for
   use on the license plate;
   
   2. Three Dollars ($3.00) shall be deposited to the Adaptive Grant
   Program for Oklahomans with Mental Retardation Revolving Fund created
   by this section to be used for educational purposes; and
   
   3. Two Dollars ($2.00) shall be deposited to the Oklahoma Tax
   Commission Reimbursement Fund.
   
   B. There is hereby created in the State Treasury a revolving fund for
   the Department of Human Services to be designated the "Adaptive Grant
   Program for Oklahomans with Mental Retardation Revolving Fund". The
   fund shall be a continuing fund, not subject to fiscal year
   limitations, and shall consist of all funds deposited therein pursuant
   to the provisions of paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section. All
   monies accruing to the credit of the fund are hereby appropriated and
   may be budgeted and expended by the Department of Human Services for
   the administration of the Adaptive Grant Program for Oklahomans with
   Mental Retardation.
   
   C. The Department of Human Services is hereby directed to promulgate
   rules to create the Adaptive Grant Program for Oklahomans with Mental
   Retardation Program to provide financial assistance in adaptation of
   furnishings, fixtures, vehicles, equipment or structures in order to
   meet any special needs of Oklahomans with mental retardation;
   provided, recipients of grants awarded pursuant to the program shall
   be limited to those programs, projects or persons not otherwise
   qualifying for state or federal funding. The Department of Human
   Services is authorized to contract with a statewide private, nonprofit
   foundation certified to be a 501(c)(3) organization by the Internal
   Revenue Service for administration of the program.
   
   D. On or before January 1, 1991, and each year thereafter:
   
   1. The Department of Human Services shall prepare an annual report on
   the Program; and
   
   2. The State Auditor and Inspector shall conduct an audit of the funds
   of the Program.
   
   Such report and audit shall be submitted to the Governor, the
   President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of
   Representatives.
   

[Previous] [Next]