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APPROPRIATIONS ACT

1997
GENERAL SESSION

STATE OF UTAH

Sponsor Martin R. Stephens

AN ACT RELATING TO APPROPRIATIONS; PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF STATE GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 1997 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1998; PROVIDING INTENT LANGUAGE GOVERNING EXPENDITURES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
    Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following sums of money are appropriated out of money not otherwise appropriated from the funds or fund account indicated for the use and support of the government of the state of Utah for the fiscal year indicated.
EXECUTIVE OFFICES, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LEGISLATURE
LEGISLATURE
ITEM    1    To Legislature - Senate
        From General Fund              1,207,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,207,300
ITEM    2    To Legislature - House of Representatives
        From General Fund              2,052,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         2,052,300
ITEM    3    To Legislature - Printing
        From General Fund              416,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              310,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              55,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         781,800
ITEM    4    To Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
        From General Fund              3,591,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         3,591,500
ITEM    5    To Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
        From General Fund              1,736,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration and Research         1,736,300
ITEM    6    To Office of Legislative Auditor General
        From General Fund              1,621,800
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              59,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,681,400
ITEM    7    To Legislature - Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures
        From General Fund              84,300
ITEM    8    To Legislature - Dues to Council of State Governments
        From General Fund              69,000
ITEM    9    To Constitution Revision Commission
        From General Fund              55,000
EXECUTIVE OFFICES
ITEM    10    To Office of the Governor
        From General Fund              2,853,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              32,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,618,100
            Residence              258,400
            Motor Voter             748,600
            Washington Office         162,300
            Task Forces             48,300
            Constitutional Defense Fund         50,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    11    To Office of the Governor - Commission for Women and Families
        From General Fund              77,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              7,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Governor's Commission for Women and Families         85,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    12    To Office of the Governor - Emergency Fund
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances               104,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Emergency Fund         104,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    13    To Office of the Governor - Office of Planning and Budget
        From General Fund              2,634,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue               260,600
        From Federal Funds              353,000
        From Olympic Special Revenue Fund              22,400
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Community and
            Economic Development              461,800
        From Revenue Transfers - Risk Management Americans with Disabilities
             Act Compliance              44,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Federal Department of Energy              17,500
        From Revenue Transfers - Administrative Services - Information
            Technology Services              60,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Science and Technology         336,900
            Information Technology Coordinator         597,000
            Administrative Support         557,800
            Planning and Budget         704,200
            Demographic and Economic Analysis          584,400
            Resource Planning and Legal         540,000
            State and Local Planning         533,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    14    To Office of the Governor - Commission on Criminal and
             Juvenile Justice
        From General Fund              1,241,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              54,000
        From Federal Funds              9,572,800
        From Trust Fund - Crime Victims Reparation Trust Fund              643,900
        Schedule of Programs:
            The Commission         7,683,400
            Crime Victims Reparation         3,042,700
            Extraditions             214,500
            Substance Abuse/Anti-Violence         342,100
            Sentencing Commission         229,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    15    To State Auditor
        From General Fund              2,429,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              539,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         211,600
            Auditing             2,451,600
            Local Government         304,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    16    To State Auditor - Judicial Conduct Commission
        From General Fund              211,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Judicial Conduct Commission         211,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    17    To State Treasurer
        From General Fund              737,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              184,800
        From Trust Fund - Unclaimed Property Trust Fund              796,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Treasury and Investment         786,300
            Unclaimed Property         796,200
            Financial Assistance         63,000
            Money Management Council         72,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be

nonlapsing.
ITEM    18    To Office of the Attorney General- Administration
        From General Fund              10,559,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              8,178,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund              281,800
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              140,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration          1,772,000
            State Counsel         11,208,900
            Public Advocacy         4,437,800
            Childrens Justice         829,800
            State Assisted Narcotics Enforcement         97,700
            Water Rights Adjudication         112,900
            Contract Attorneys         700,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    19    To Office of the Attorney General - Child Protection
        From General Fund              2,128,400
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue               1,072,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Child Protection         3,200,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    20    To Office of the Attorney General - Antitrust
        From Agency Fund - Antitrust Revolving Fund               50,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Antitrust Prosecution         50,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    21    To Office of the Attorney General - Prosecution Counsel
        From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support Fund               359,100
        Schedule of Programs:
             Prosecution Counsel         359,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    22    To Office of the Attorney General - Prosecution Counsel Defense Fund         
        From Trust Fund - Criminal Defense Costs              45,000
        Schedule of Programs:
             Criminal Defense Costs Trust Fund         45,000
ITEM    23    To Office of the Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
        From General Fund              905,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              50,000
        From Federal Funds              120,000
        Schedule of Programs:
             Children's Justice Centers          1,075,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.        
ITEM    24    To Office of the Attorney General - Domestic Violence
        From General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence               58,100
        Schedule of Programs:
             Domestic Violence          58,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    25    To Office of the Attorney General - Financial Crimes
        From General Fund              51,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal
            and Juvenile Justice              155,500
        Schedule of Programs:
             Financial Crimes         206,500
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    26    To Office of the Attorney General - Abortion Litigation
        From General Fund               62,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Abortion Litigation         62,000

CORRECTIONS
ITEM    27    To Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections
        From General Fund              52,693,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Youth Corrections Victim
            Restitution Account              300,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              307,000
        From Federal Funds              904,600
        From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition              338,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid              3,768,400
        From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and
            Juvenile Justice              550,300
        From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies              41,300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              900
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration/Case Management         7,446,600
            Community Alternatives         13,277,100
            Alternatives to Institutional Care         11,936,100
            Institutional Care         24,474,100
            Youth Receiving Centers         1,546,300
            Youth Parole Authority         223,700
ITEM    28    To Department of Corrections - Administration
        From General Fund              7,849,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              15,100
        From Federal Funds              6,300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              335,900
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive Director         2,163,000
            Administrative Services         5,553,300
            Training             490,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature to authorize the Law Enforcement Training Committee (Committee), established by the Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council, to continue for an additional year. The

Committee, in conjunction with the POST Council, shall conduct a review of the Utah law enforcement and correctional training programs administered by state criminal justice agencies. The Committee's review shall include but not be limited to:
                     .     Assessing the physical and economic feasibility of combining the training programs under one agency;
                     .     Assessing the specific training needs of Correctional and Peace Officers including inservice training;
                     .     Assessing the myriad existing peace officer designations to determine if they are still practical or necessary;
                     .     Assisting POST Council and Corrections in developing curriculum(s) to meet their respective needs;
                     .     Identifying the fiscal, personnel, and facility needs to meet the committee's findings.
                    Upon completion of the review, the Committee shall report its findings, with documentation, to the November meeting of the Interim Committee as assigned by the Management Committee. The Committee shall identify, for the Legislature, the most economic means of training the State's Correctional and Peace Officers. The report shall be made prior to the 1998 General Session. No action to consolidate POST and Corrections training shall occur prior to the completion of the Committee's report and any action to consolidate must be approved by the House and Senate.
ITEM    29    To Department of Corrections - Field Operations
        From General Fund              28,666,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,091,200
        From Revenue Transfer - Federal Revenue              105,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,271,900
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,375,300
            Adult Probation and Parole         29,759,000
ITEM    30    To Department of Corrections - Institutional Operations
        From General Fund              80,029,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              3,119,400
        From Federal Funds              1,900,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands         500,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Federal Revenue              40,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,343,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         4,813,700
            Draper Facility         44,986,900
            Commissary             2,873,400
            Central Utah/Gunnison         14,882,900
            Southern Utah/Iron County         1,139,200
            Camp Williams         2,084,800
            Placement             8,643,700
            Promontory             7,508,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the budget requests for the various housing complexes within the North Point and South Point facilities at the Draper prison complex, be separately identified so that the costs of various housing and programmatic options can be reviewed, analyzed and compared.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the budget presentations by the Department of Corrections for FY 1999 and beyond shall include the identification of the number of staff and budget dollars going into inmate programming. These figures are to be separate from the general housing, security costs, and staffing.
ITEM    31    To Department of Corrections - Data Processing -
            Internal Service Fund    
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenue              727,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Data Processing Internal Service Fund         727,200
                10 FTEs
                Capital Outlay - $150,000
                Billing Rate $250 per device per month
ITEM    32    To Department of Corrections - Draper Medical Services
        From General Fund              13,791,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              30,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              253,500
        From Revenue Transfers - Federal Revenue              363,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Medical Services/Draper         14,438,700
ITEM    33    To Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue - Utah Correctional Industries Fund         11,093,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Operations             11,093,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department investigate other programs and projects in state government that can be accomplished by UCI saving the state money and developing inmate skills through working. Examples of such activities might include: telephone reservations, telephone responses to requests for tourist information, surplus property management and reconditioning, etc.
ITEM    34    To Department of Corrections - Forensics
        From General Fund              190,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Forensics             190,000
ITEM    35    To Department of Corrections - Jail Reimbursement
        From General Fund              6,476,900
        Schedule of Programs:
            Jail Reimbursement         6,476,900
ITEM    36    To Board of Pardons
        From General Fund              2,184,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              141,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Board of Pardons         2,328,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
COURTS
ITEM    37    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
        From General Fund              72,462,550
        From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense Account              246,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest Fund              214,800
        From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention Account         300,100
        From General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment Account              620,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Alternative Dispute Resolution              135,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,264,700
        From Federal Funds              71,300
        From Revenue Transfer - Criminal Justice Commission              49,400
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              183,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Supreme Court         1,817,100
            Court of Appeals         2,415,200
            Trial Courts             28,861,600
            Juvenile Courts         22,715,200     
            Justice Courts         118,100
            Administration         19,619,850
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that in Fiscal Year 1998 the Judicial Council is authorized to create a Court Commissioner position in the Second Judicial District to hear domestic relations and related issues, in order to

better provide service to the First and Second Judicial Districts.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Courts implement the recommendation noted in the Annual Accounts Receivable Report and approved by the Advisory Board to the Office of State Debt Collection. Courts will work with the Office of State Debt Collection to develop a plan of action whereby delinquent accounts can be transferred to the Office of State Debt Collection or its designee when an account is 60 to 90 days delinquent. Because of the Courts primary focus on adjudication and limited collection resources, the Legislature questions whether delinquent accounts can be collected timely if left with the Courts. The Office of State Debt Collection will be responsible to provide information as to the status of the transferred accounts so that appropriate judicial action can take place as required.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Judicial Council coordinate a study of justice court issues and propose necessary legislation for the 1998 General Session. The study group should include representatives of counties and municipalities as well as judges and other interested parties. The group should consider the future role of justice courts in the judicial system, and propose any legislative changes necessary to promote stability in planning and revenue, equitable revenue distribution, judicial independence and exclusive jurisdiction.
ITEM    38    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator -
            Jury and Witness Fees
        From General Fund              1,100,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              26,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balance              250,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Jury, Witness, and Interpreter         1,376,500
ITEM    39    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
        From General Fund              2,104,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense Account              345,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Guardian ad Litem         2,450,400
ITEM    40    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
                    Under provisions of Section 67-8-2 the following annual salaries are approved for judicial officials for July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998: District Court Judge $90,450. Other judicial salaries will be calculated in accordance with the statutory formula and rounded to the nearest $50.00.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
ITEM    41    To Department of Public Safety - Administration and Technical Services
        From General Fund              8,379,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Drug Forfeiture Account              433,000
        From Federal Funds              10,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,498,100
        From Revenue Transfer - Criminal Justice Commission              150,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Other Agency              40,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Commissioner's Office         2,033,600
            Fleet Management         157,300
            Community Crime Prevention         144,700
            Forfeits and Seizures         200,000
            Administration - Technical Services         378,600
            Criminal Identification         2,452,000
            State Crime Lab         1,420,300
            Communications         3,724,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that all monies seized or forfeited to the State as a result of drug or

narcotic related activity through the State or federal court process, be deposited into a General Fund Restricted - Drug Forfeiture Account.
                    The Department of Public Safety is authorized to expend amounts not to exceed $500,000 from seizures awarded by the state court and from seizures awarded by the federal court to aid in enforcement efforts to combat drug trafficking.
                    Funds disbursed to other governmental entities through existing contractual agreements shall be exempt from this intent statement.
                    The department shall provide the Joint Appropriations Subcommittee for Executive Offices, Criminal Justice and the Legislature a complete accounting of expenditures and revenues from these funds as part of the annual budget hearings.
                    Anticipated expenditures shall be limited to the following for drug seizure and forfeiture related expenditures:
                            Federal     State     Total
                            $100,000     $400,000     $500,000
                Soft Body Armor         200,000     200,000
                Mobile Video Cameras         50,000     50,000
                Emergency Response Team    5,000     10,000     15,000
                Hand Held Radios         100,000     100,000
                Specialized Training    5,000     5,000     10,000
                Computer Related Equipment         10,000     10,000
                Computer Training and Travel         10,000     10,000
                Specialized Equipment    15,000     15,000     30,000
                Technical and Professional Services         20,000     20,000
                Extraordinary Investigations    10,000     30,000     40,000
                Imprest Fund         10,000     10,000
                Narcotics Reward Fund         5,000     5,000
                Mobile Emergency Communications
                    Operations    10,000     40,000     50,000
                Helicopter Operations    20,000     30,000     50,000
                    Anticipated expenditures shall be limited to the following for financial crimes related seizures and forfeitures:
                Computer Equipment    40,000
                Divisions of Investigations Vehicles    80,000
                Extraordinary Investigations    40,000
                Specialized Equipment    20,000
                Specialized Training    10,000
                Imprest funds     10,000
                    Total    $200,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that receipts above $10,000 of reimbursable flight time for the Department of Public Safety's aircraft be nonlapsing and be used only to replace or repair aircraft engines and related parts.
ITEM    42    To Department of Public Safety - Highway Patrol    
        From General Fund              20,120,300
        From Transportation Fund              5,495,500
        From Federal Funds              1,412,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,078,600
        From General Fund Restricted - Forfeitures and Seizures              250,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies              538,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         699,100
            Field Operations         19,346,200
            Commercial Vehicle         2,302,400
            Safety Inspections         546,500
            Truck Inspection         538,800
            Protective Services         1,237,900
            Federal Projects         325,100
            Special Services         2,383,400
            Highway Safety         1,516,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Highway Safety may transfer federal funds from this item of appropriation to any other item of appropriation.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the laptops being approved for the Highway Patrol be deployed anywhere in the state the Utah Highway Patrol finds their use to be most effective.
                    In accordance with Section 53-8-204, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Public Safety for
                FY 1998.
            Station Approval and Set Up    $100.00
            Annual Station License    25.00
            Station License Reinstatement    25.00
            Inspection Certification Fee (valid three years)    10.00
            Inspector Reinstatement if Suspended    10.00
            Inspector Reinstatement if Revoked    25.00
            Safety Inspection Manual    10.00
ITEM    43    To Department of Public Safety - Safety Promotion
        From General Fund              138,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              65,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Safety Promotion         203,400
ITEM    44    To Department of Public Safety - Investigative Services
        From General Fund              3,437,100
        From Federal Funds              904,700
        From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support Fund              65,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              72,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Investigative Services         3,400,100
            Medicaid Fraud         996,700
            Grants                 82,200
ITEM    45    To Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
        From General Fund              603,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Liquor Law Enforcement         603,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these officers/agents be focused on liquor law enforcement as their primary, if not exclusive, duty.
ITEM    46    To Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and Training
        From General Fund              150,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support Fund              1,792,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue - POST Training Fees              25,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         520,600
            Basic Training         950,800
            Regional Training         495,800
ITEM    47    To Department of Public Safety - Driver License
        From General Fund              215,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              152,200
        From Transportation Fund              10,980,300
        From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Identification    
            Restricted Account              1,358,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,519,900
            Driver License Services         6,322,700
            Driver Records         3,352,700
            Motorcycle Safety         152,200
            Uninsured Motorist         1,358,000
                    In accordance with Section 53-3-105, 808, and 905, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Public Safety for FY 1998.
            Commercial Driver School
                Annual Original License    $80.00
                Annual Renewal License    50.00
                Duplicate    5.00
                Annual Instructor License    15.00
                Annual Instructor Renewal License    10.00
                Duplicate Instructor    3.00
            Commercial Driver School Branch Office
                Annual Original License    20.00
                Annual Renewal License    20.00
                Reinstatement Fee    25.00
            Commercial Driver School Instructor
                Reinstatement Fee    25.00
            Driver License Records
                Motor Vehicle Records    4.10
            Certified Record
                First 15 pages    8.00
                16 to 30 pages    13.00
                31 to 45 pages    18.00
                46 or more pages     23.00
            Copies
                Refusal arrest    5.00
                Officer's accident report    5.00
                Court conviction    5.00
            Any other record or letter maintained
                by Driver's License Division    5.00
            Tape recording copy    5.00
ITEM    48    To Department of Public Safety - State Fire Marshal
        From General Fund              787,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support Account              1,010,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              124,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Fire Operations         921,600
            Fire Fighter Training         1,000,100
                    In accordance with Section 57-7-314, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Public Safety for
                FY 1998.
            Liquid Petroleum Gas License
                Class I        300.00     
                Class II        300.00
                Class III    70.00
                Class IV    100.00
                Branch Office    225.00
                Liquid Petroleum Gas Certificate    30.00
                Liquid Petroleum Gas    10.00
                (Dispenser Operator B)    
                Duplicate    30.00
            Examination        20.00
                Re-examination    20.00
                Five year examination    20.00
            Plan Reviews
                More than 5,000 gallons of Liquid Petroleum Gas    90.00
                5,000 water gallons or less    
                Liquid Petroleum Gas    45.00
        Special Inspections    30.00
        Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic
            Fire Suppression Systems    
                Licenses    200.00
                Branch Office Licences    100.00
                Certificate of Registration    30.00
                Duplicate    30.00
                License Transfer    50.00
                Application for exemption    100.00
                Examinations    20.00
                Re-examinations    15.00
                Five Year Examination    20.00
ITEM    49    To Department of Public Safety Information Management
        From General Fund              1,218,300
        From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Operation Account         224,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Information Management Operations         1,442,700


CAPITAL FACILITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
ITEM    50    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director's Office
        From General Fund              640,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              18,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive Director's Office         658,100
ITEM    51    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director's Office -
            Fuel Mitigation
            From General Fund              260,000
            From Revenue Transfers - Department of Transportation              180,000
            From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,000,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Fuel Tank Site Mitigation         1,440,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds in the Department of Administrative Services - Underground Fuel Tank Mitigation program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    52    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Administrative Rules
        From General Fund              243,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              7,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Rules Administration         251,000
ITEM    53    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
            Construction and Management - Administration
        From General Fund              2,686,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              4,600
        From Revenue Transfer - Project Reserve Fund              697,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         3,388,700
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections, in conjunction with the Division of Facilities Construction and Management, develop an inmate construction and facility maintenance program. The purpose of this program

should be to expand inmate employment in construction related fields in order to provide training for the inmate and a cost savings to the State. The program should be able to identify specific areas for application to state owned projects, with emphasis on correctional facilities. The program plan should identify specific project savings with any offsetting costs necessary to achieve those savings. The facility budgets for FY 1999 should be prepared to include those components specific to inmate labor, with identification of the components and the anticipated savings.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM), in conjunction with the Executive Director of the Department of Administrative Services, proceed with a fundamental redesign of all work processes, policies, and procedures. The ultimate goals and objectives of this effort should be to generate project savings that will reflect in lower bids, fewer change orders, minimal draws on reserve accounts, accelerated project completions, and a quality finished project. This should also include a review of alternative methods to deliver services and recover costs contained in this appropriation. DFCM and the Building Board shall also evaluate statutory requirements affecting its delivery of services and propose legislation to address them in the 1998 legislative session. To the extent necessary to address the time period for this review and implementation of alternatives, DFCM is authorized to expend up to $697,600 from the Project Reserve Fund. This will be done with the concurrence of the Building Board and the Executive Director of the Department of Administrative Services and subject to annual review by the Capital Facilities and Administrative Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
ITEM    54    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
            Construction and Management - Facilities Management
        From General Fund              2,407,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              56,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Capitol Hill             2,377,500
            Governor's Mansion         30,000
            Preventive Maintenance         56,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management pursue other methods of funding for the preventive maintenance personnel.
ITEM    55    To Department of Administrative Services - Office of Debt Collection
        From General Fund              169,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              509,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            Statewide Debt Coordination         679,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Office of Debt Collection be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Debt Collection may use up to $100,000 of revenue collected from delinquent accounts to match funding from the Division of Finance for procurement of Advantage 2.0 to implement the Advanced Receivable subsystem of FINET. The Dedicated Credits from the Office of Debt Collection should be expended prior to any General Fund expenditures. Any General Fund remaining should be used for the warrant reconciliation system if necessary.
                     It is the intent of the Legislature that after administrative costs and disbursements to required restrictive accounts, all collections of accounts receivable by the State Office of Debt Collection shall be allocated to the revenue types that generated the receivable.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that all state agencies, except institutions of higher education, are to work with the Office of State Debt Collection to aggressively collect, accurately account for, and report all state receivables. To effectively accomplish this, state agencies are to be brought onto the state's advanced accounts receivable system during FY 1998 unless the advisory board to the Office of State Debt Collection authorizes the use of in-house

systems already in place. These systems must provide proper accounting and reporting of receivables and facilitate timely collection of monies due the state.
                    To insure consistency and help eliminate duplication of resources in the reporting and collecting of state receivables, the State Office of Debt Collection and its advisory board shall have the opportunity to review and comment on state agency budget requests for collection and receivable systems and functions.
                     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of State Debt Collection be authorized to establish by rule that reasonable cost of collection be passed on to the debtor including legal and administrative costs unless inappropriate or prohibited by law.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Courts implement the recommendation noted in the Annual Accounts Receivable Report and approved by the Advisory Board to the Office of State Debt Collection. Courts will work with the Office of State Debt Collection to develop a plan of action whereby delinquent accounts can be transferred to the Office of State Debt Collection or its designee. The time of transfer will be negotiated with the Courts based on a time determined to be in the state's best interest but not later than 60 days past the payment demand date. Because of the Courts primary focus of adjudication and limited collection resources, the Legislature questions whether delinquent accounts can be collected timely if left with the Courts. The Office of State Debt Collection will be responsible to provide timely information as to the status of the transferred accounts so that appropriate judicial action can take place as required.
                    To provide the Tax Commission with additional resources to maximize the collection of delinquent accounts that are greater than 24 months old, the Tax Commission shall be included in the state's RFP process to solicit out-source collection services. Procedures shall be structured in such a way to allow the Tax Commission to work directly with the out-source vendors on the collection of

delinquent taxes. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Tax Commission work toward out-sourcing all accounts over 24 months old that are not in litigation, under a payment agreement, assigned to a collector for active collection or whose out-sourcing would be in violation of state or federal law. The Tax Commission shall report the results of out-sourcing efforts to the Office of Debt Collection.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that state agencies provide to the Office of State Debt Collection current annotated law, either State or Federal, that prohibits the agency from complying with rules established by the Office of State Debt Collection for delinquent accounts receivable write off. In absence of such law it is the intent of the Legislature that state agencies will comply with rules established for write off. It is further the intent of the Legislature that accounts receivable, when written off, be pursued for collection by the Office of State Debt Collection or its designee(s) until all remedies for collection have been exhausted.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of State Debt Collection designate by rule the policies and procedures to be followed by the Office of State Debt Collection in administering adjudicative proceedings as outlined in Title 63, chapter 46b, Administrative Procedures Act. The Office of State Debt Collection will provide requested administrative hearings for state agencies transferring accounts to the Office of State Debt Collection or its designee when the State agency has no administrative hearing process. Accounts transferred from state agencies that have established administrative hearing processes will be referred back to the sending agency for handling.
ITEM    56    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance Division -
            Administration
        From General Fund              7,236,500
        From Transportation Fund              450,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,020,600
        From General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Funds -
             Overhead Allocation              1,135,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Transportation               200,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Director's Office         304,500
            Payroll                 1,675,800
            Financial Information Systems         4,639,600
            Payables/Disbursing         1,593,500
            Financial Reporting         593,700
            Technical Services         1,235,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for Finance be nonlapsing and are to be used for maintenance, operation, and development of the statewide accounting system.
ITEM    57    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance Division - Mandated
        From General Fund              2,024,000
        From Uniform School Fund              406,000
        From Transportation Fund              3,400
        From Federal Funds              1,964,300
        From Restricted Revenue              8,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Indigent Defense         100,000
            Boards and Commissions         85,900
            Year 2000 Programming         4,220,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for statewide Year 2000 century date maintenance are nonlapsing, and will be allocated as directed by the state's chief information officer and the Executive Director's Office within the Department of Administrative Services after validation studies are conducted.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that at June 30, 1998 fiscal year end closing, any unused balance in the General funds appropriated to the Division of Finance for Mandated Expenditures for Boards and Commissions, may lapse to the Division of Finance for the development, operation and maintenance of financial

systems.
ITEM    58    To Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing Division
        From General Fund              1,185,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              80,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Purchasing             1,265,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that FY 1997 and FY 1998 funding for the Division of Purchasing be nonlapsing and any available funds are to be used for Electronic Commerce.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Purchasing and the State Olympic Coordinator will work with the Salt Lake Olympic Committee to identify a process whereby excess in-kind goods and services from the 2002 Winter Olympic Games can be acquired by state and local governments and other political subdivisions.
ITEM    59    To Department of Administrative Services - Archives Division
        From General Fund              1,727,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              40,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         447,900
            Records Services         359,900
            Preservation Services         292,400
            Records Analysis         303,400
            Reference Services         124,400
            Arrangement and Description         239,100
ITEM    60    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of
            Information Technology Services - Automated
            Geographic Reference Center
        From General Fund               376,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              427,000
        From Transfers - Intragency - ITS              96,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Automated Geographic Reference Center         900,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 1998 General Fund appropriation to the Automated Geographic Reference Center within the Division of Information Technology Services be used for the coordination and administration of the State Geographic Information Database (Section 63A-6-203) to include digitizing, revisions, and integration of the 1:24,000 maps and development and integration of a framework of digital geographic base data including digital ortho-imagery and critical thematic data.
ITEM    61    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Information
            Technology Services - Public Safety
        From General Fund              145,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Local Government Microwave         145,300
DEBT SERVICE
ITEM    62    To State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
        From General Fund              79,316,100
        From Uniform School Fund              5,019,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue - General Obligation Bond              2,500,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue - Revenue Bonds              14,062,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            General Obligation Principal         69,850,000
            General Obligation Interest         14,856,100
            Agent Fees             81,000
            Revenue Bond Principal         4,905,000
            Revenue Bond Interest         11,180,800
            Revenue Bond Fees         24,200
INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
ITEM    63    To Department of Administrative Services -
            Internal Service Funds
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Internal Service Funds of the Department of Administrative Services be allowed to add FTEs beyond the authorized level if it represents a benefit to the State and a decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total FTEs within state

government shall not increase with this shift of FTEs.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Rate Review Committee evaluate the rates approved by the Legislature in relationship to the funding level appropriated and consider adjusting the rates for Fiscal Year 1998 to more closely match appropriations.
ITEM    64    To Department of Administrative Services - General Services Division
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenues              15,474,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         647,100
            Central Mailing         5,948,200
            Copy Centers         4,194,200
            Central Stores         3,536,300
            Surplus Property         1,148,700
            Approved FTE Positions - 82.7
            Approved Capital Outlay:
                Administration - $52,500
                Central Mailing - $12,000
                Copy Centers - $1,899,500
                Surplus Property State - $28,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Surplus Property Program review the feasibility of refurbishing surplused data processing equipment through Utah Correctional Industries. If feasible, a program should be implemented as soon as possible. In any case, a report of progress should be presented to the 1998 Capital Budget and Administrative Services Appropriation's Subcommittee.
                    In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees and rates are approved for the services of the Division of General Services for FY 1998.
            General Services - State Copy Services
                Service Center
                    8.5 x 11" 10# Bond
                        1-25 copies    .033 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Bond    
                         26-99 copies    .028 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Bond    
                         100 plus copies    .025 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Bond 3HD    
                         1-25 copies    .033 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Bond 3HD     
                         26-99 copies    .028 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Bond 3HD    
                         100 plus copies    .025 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# Colored Bond    
                          1-25 copies    .04 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# Colored Bond    
                         26-99 copies    .033 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# Colored Bond    
                         100 plus copies    .0275 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# White Bond    
                          1-25 copies    .04 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# White Bond    
                         26-99 copies    .033 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# White Bond    
                         100 plus copies    .0275 each
                    8.5 x 11" 60# White Offset    
                        1-25 copies    .045 each
                    8.5 x 11" 60# White Offset    
                        26-99 copies    .038 each
                    8.5 x 11" 60# White Offset    
                         100 plus copies    .0325 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# Colored Bond    
                        1-25 copies    .045 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# Colored Bond    
                         26-99 copies    .038 each
                    8.5 x 14" 20# Colored Bond    
                        100 plus copies    .0325 each
                    8.5 x 11" 24# Writing Bond    
                         1-25 copies    .058 each
                    8.5 x 11" 24# Writing Bond    
                         26-99 copies    .054 each
                    8.5 x 11" 24# Writing Bond    
                         100 plus copies    .05 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Mylar 3 HD    
                         1-25 copies    .058 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Mylar 3 HD    
                         26-99 copies    .054 each
                    8.5 x 11" 20# White Mylar 3 HD    
                        100 plus copies    .05 each
                    8.5 x 11" 67# Vellum Bristol    
                         1-25 copies    .058 each
                    8.5 x 11" 67# Vellum Bristol    
                         26-99 copies    .054 each
                    8.5 x 11" 67# Vellum Bristol    
                         100 plus copies    .05 each
                    8.5 x 11" 90# Index    
                         1-25 copies    .058 each
                    8.5 x 11" 90# Index    
                         26-99 copies    .054 each
                    8.5 x 11" 90# Index    
                         100 plus copies    .05 each
                          Prices include free machine collating
                        and automatic stapling.
                Full Color Copying    
                    8.5 x 11"    .80 each
                    11 x 17"    1.55 each
                Bindery Services    
                    Vello/Spiral
                        1 to 50 pages    1.00 each
                        51 to 100 pages    1.50 each
                        101 to 150 pages    2.00 each
                        151 plus pages    2.50 each
                    Tape (Xerox)
                        20 to 125 pages    .35 each
                    Staple    
                        Up to 50 pages    .02 per staple
                    Heavy Duty    .05 per stitch
                    Fold, Collate, Drill, Pad and Cut    30.00 per hour
                Prepress    
                    Negatives    per square foot 9.50
                    Plates:
                        360 and 9869     5.00 each
                        GTO and 385    6.00 each
                    Stripping     5.00/8.5x11"flat
                Press    
                    Actual Time    40.00 per hour
                        Production Standards:    
                            1-10,000 impressions     4,000 per hour
                            10,000 + impression     4,500 per hour
                            Plate Make ready     20 minutes each
                            Press Washup     20 minutes each
                            Electrostatic Masters     6 per hour
                Bindery
                    Actual Time    40.00 per hour
                        Production Standards:    
                        Collating     600 sets per hour
                        Wrapping    100 per hour
                        Stapling, Drilling, Cutting,
                         Padding    billed at actual time
                Paper        Cost plus 25%
                Self Service Copy Rates for FY 1998    
                    The cost per copy is computed using the following formula: Depreciation + Maintenance + Supplies divided by Number of impressions + 0.002
                    The cost per copy multiplied by impressions results in the amount billed.
            Division of General Services - Surplus Property
                State Property Rates    
                General Rates    20% sales price/
                            min. chg. $25.00
                    Vehicles    13% sales price/
                            min. chg. $25.00
                    Heavy Equipment    13% sales price/
                            min. chg. 25.00
                Service Rates
                    Office Warehouse Labor    21.00 per hour
                    Copy Rates    .10 per hour
                    Semi Truck and Trailer     1.08 per mile
                    Minimum Charge    105.00 per day
                    Two-ton Flat Bed     .61 per mile
                    Minimum Charge    65.00 per day
                    Forklifts (4-6000 lb)    23.00 per hour
                    Minimum Day Charge    91.00 per day
                    Minimum Week Charge    305.00 per week
                    Mailing List Fee     4.00 per year
                    Trade-in for credit towards new purchase
                        (Prior Surplus Property approval
                        is needed)    No Charge
                    Equipment Maintained On-Site    
                        (Surplus Property arranges sale)    10% sales price/
                            min. chg. $50.00
                            Maximum charge
                            Negotiated with SP
                    Surplus Property handles and
                        sells Equipment    20% sales price/
                            min. chg. $25.00
                Federal Property Rates
                    Federal Shipping and Handling
                        Charges    Generally not to
                            Exceed 20% of
                            Federal Acquisition Cost
                General Services - Central Stores
                    Special Order Items    Markup - 20%
                            of cost
                    All Items $2.00 & over    Markup - 25%
                            of cost
                    All Items $1.99/under    Markup - 30%
                            of cost
                    Copy Paper    Markup - 18%
                            of cost
                    Forms    Markup - 35%
                            of cost
                    Franklin Products    Markup - 5%
                            of cost
                    Restocking Fees for Special Order Items    0.100
                General Services - State Mail
                    Metering, Per Piece    .011
                        Optical Character Reader-CoMingle    0.013
                        Meter Flats    0.037
                        Manual Sort    0.035
                        Manual Insert    0.058
                        UPS Handling    0.400
                        Certified Handling    0.210
                        Business Reply/Postage Due    0.090
                        International/Foreign Handling    0.150
                        Express Mail    0.300
                        Manual Seal    0.020
                        Opening Mail    0.028
                        Employment Security    0.030
                        Special Handling/Labor, Per Hour    27.00
                        Manual Tab    0.020
                        Insert     0.016
                        Optical Character Reader Separate Sort    0.016
                        Health Remittance    0.100
                        Health Forms    1.000
                        Auto Fold    0.010
                        Label Apply    0.013
                        Bursting    0.010
                        Optical Character Reader rejects Non-Sort    0.036
                        Manual Stamp    0.028
                        Collate    0.028
                        Auto Tab    0.016
                        Manual Fold    0.021
                        Auto Seal    0.010
                        Optical Character Reader Rejects
                        Manual Sort    0.036
                        Manual Label    0.031
                        Magnetic Ink Character Reader
                        Detection Sort    0.050
                        Sales Tax    0.100
                        Incoming Tax    0.021
                    Courier
                        FY 1998 - base amount* plus $14.00/stop/month
                    *Base Amount by Agency
                        Legislature    1,063.54
                        Courts    7,862.47
                        Treasurer    1,136.27
                        Governor    1,629.60
                        Attorney General    1,598.21
                        Auditor    202.69
                        Administrative Services    107,717.27
                        Tax Commission    60,330.89
                        Career Service Review Board    22.91
                        Human Resource Management    907.06
                        Public Safety    13,411.97
                        National Guard    65.34
                        Human Services    78,609.44
                        Health    22,295.69
                        Health Policy Commission    88.61
                        Office of Education    3,434.18
                        Corrections    203.73
                        Environmental Quality    3,256.02
                        School and Institutional
                        Trust Land Administration    513.95
                        Natural Resources    8,708.88
                        Agriculture    3,059.76
                        Alcoholic Beverage Control    666.60
                        Industrial Commission    4,015.50
                        Commerce    12,646.52
                        Financial Institutions    196.58
                        Insurance    3,561.25
                        Public Service Commission    223.07
                        Community and Economic
                        Development    15,166.06
                        Utah Sports Authority    43.69
                        Transportation    3,495.27
ITEM    65    To Department of Administrative Services -
            Division of Fleet Operations
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenues              9,944,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Fleet Services - Motor Pool         9,292,600
            Fleet Services - Fuel Network         651,800
            Approved FTE Positions - 27.30
            Approved Capital Outlay - $14,020,100
                    In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees and rates are approved for the services of the Division of Fleet Operations for FY 1998.
            General Services Fleet Service Program
                    No Show Fee    10.00
                    Late Return Fee    10.00
                    Service Fee    10.00
                    DF-61 Late Processing Fee    10.00
                    MP Info Research Fee    10.00
                Vehicle Type and mileage    
                    Sub/Compact Sedan
                        Per mile variable rate    0.07
                        Monthly fixed rate    180.00
                        Daily fixed rate    9.00
                    Compact Sedan, 6 cyl.
                        Per mile variable rate    0.08
                        Monthly fixed rate    190.00
                        Daily fixed rate    9.50
                    Mid Size Sedan
                        Per mile variable rate    0.09
                        Monthly fixed rate    225.00
                        Daily fixed rate    11.25
                    Mid Size Sedan, Police Pkg.
                        Per mile variable rate    0.09
                        Monthly fixed rate    252.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.60
                    Full Size Sedan         
                        Per mile variable rate    0.12
                        Monthly fixed rate     253.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.65
                    Full Size Sedan, Police Pkg.
                        Per mile variable rate    0.12
                        Monthly fixed rate    281.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.05
                    Full Size Special Sedan
                        Per mile variable rate    0.10
                        Monthly fixed rate    245.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.25
                    Mini Passenger Van    
                        Per mile variable rate    0.11
                        Monthly fixed rate    225.00
                        Daily fixed rate    11.25
                    Mini Cargo Van
                        Per mile variable rate    0.15
                        Monthly fixed rate    190.00
                        Daily fixed rate    9.50
                    Full Size Passenger Van    
                        Per mile variable rate    0.15
                        Monthly fixed rate    267.00
                        Daily fixed rate    13.35
                    Full Size Cargo Van
                        Per mile variable rate    0.13
                        Monthly fixed rate    160.00
                        Daily fixed rate    8.00
                    Small Utility 4x4    
                        Per mile variable rate    0.10
                        Monthly fixed rate    245.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.25
                    Full Size Utility 4x4
                        Per mile variable rate    0.12
                        Monthly fixed rate    290.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.50
                    Mini Pickup 4x2
                        Per mile variable rate    0.12
                        Monthly fixed rate    187.00
                        Daily fixed rate    9.35
                    Mini Pickup 4x2 Ext Cab    
                        Per mile variable rate    0.12
                        Monthly fixed rate    201.00
                        Daily fixed rate    10.05
                    Mini Pickup 4x4
                        Per mile variable rate    0.16
                        Monthly fixed rate    222.00
                        Daily fixed rate    11.10
                    Mini Pickup 4x4 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.16
                        Monthly fixed rate    236.00
                        Daily fixed rate    11.80
                    ½ Ton Pickup 4x2
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    225.00
                        Daily fixed rate    11.25
                    ½ Ton Pickup 4x2 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    260.00
                        Daily fixed rate    13.00
                    ½ Ton Pickup 4x4
                        Per mile variable rate    0.16
                        Monthly fixed rate    242.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.10
                    ½ Ton Pickup 4x4 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.16
                        Monthly fixed rate    277.00
                        Daily fixed rate    13.85
                    3/4 Ton Pickup 4x2
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    258.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.90
                    3/4 Ton Pickup 4x2 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    293.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.65
                    3/4 Ton Pickup 4x4    
                        Per mile variable rate    0.17
                        Monthly fixed rate    250.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.50
                    3/4 Ton Pickup 4x4 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.17
                        Monthly fixed rate    285.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.25
                    Pickup w/Utility Bed 4x2
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    246.00
                        Daily fixed rate    12.30
                    Pickup w/Utility Bed 4x2 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.14
                        Monthly fixed rate    281.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.05
                    Pickup w/Utility Bed 4x4
                        Per mile variable rate    0.17
                        Monthly fixed rate    264.00
                        Daily fixed rate    13.20
                    Pickup w/Utility Bed 4x4 Ext Cab
                        Per mile variable rate    0.17
                        Monthly fixed rate    299.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.95
                    Crew Cab Pickup
                        Per mile variable rate    0.18
                        Monthly fixed rate    296.00
                        Daily fixed rate    14.80
                    Crew Cab Pickup 4x4
                        Per mile variable rate    0.18
                        Monthly fixed rate    331.00
                        Daily fixed rate    16.55
                        Special Option Leases    varies*
                *Includes police packages, optional equipment, trailers, unusual vehicle requests, etc.
                Rate varies for each vehicle depending on special type or additional equipment.
                Per mile variable cost includes maintenance and fuel costs.
                Fixed monthly cost includes $61 for overhead expenses with remainder for depreciation costs.
            Division of Fleet Operations - Fuel Dispensing
                Per gallon Charge    0.065
                Per transaction fee - percentage of
                    transaction value    0.02 percent
                Increase of .04 per gallon at low volume
                    (less than 60,000 gallons per year) sites
                    for FY 1997 and 1998.
ITEM    66    To Department of Administrative Services -
            Division of Information Technology Services
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenues              49,636,100
        From Transfers - Intragency - ITS              665,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Director                 13,000
            Administration and Finance         3,005,100
            Network Services         28,732,700
            Technical Services         2,205,300
            Software Management/Support         3,532,000
            Operations             12,813,300
            Approved FTE Positions - 234
            Approved Capital Outlay - $7,352,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Information Technology Services (ITS), the Utah

Education Network (UEN), and State Courts consolidate and eliminate redundant circuits and equipment for State funded Wide Area Networks (WAN). The State Chief Information Officer and the Utah Telecommunications Coordinating Council (UTCC) shall ensure that this occurs by arbitrating the sharing of costs and management among the above referenced entities.
                    In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees and rates are approved for the services of the Division of Information Technology Services for FY 1998.
            Division of Information Technology Services    
                ITS Consultation and Labor Charge    50.00/hour
            Access Charges
                Wide Area Network (WAN)
                    State Agencies    38.00/device
                    State-contracted or Mandated Services     28.00/device
                    $28.00 is transition rate;
                    FY 1999 rate will be $38.00
                Limited Access    
                    Internet Access to WAN    10.00/user
                    Dial-up Access to WAN    31.00/user
                Communities, Local Governments,    
                    and Nonprofits Equipment Installation    ITS cost +
                            admin fee
                    Monthly Access    negotiable
                DSU Rental    45.00/DSU
                Controller Connect Fee (ORC/PRC)    22.00/device
                LAN Installation & Administration    negotiable
                LAN - Workstation, PC or Printer
                    (ORC/PRC)    65.00/device
                High Speed FEP Port    800.00/FEP
                Protocol Converter (PCI)    35.00/PCI
                Fiber Connection    300.00
              Telecommunication Charges     
                Cellular Peak (0700-1800)    0.21/minute
                Cellular Off-peak (1800-midnight)    0.13/minute
                Cellular Night (midnight-0700)     0.11/minute
                Cellular Standard Voice Mail Box     2.19/box
                Cellular Deluxe Voice Mail Box     3.29/box
                Cellular Accessories    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
                Cellular Long Distance/Out-of-Area    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
            Pagers (AT&T Wireless)    
                Bravo Plus     4.75/month
                Bravo Tone/Vibe     3.75/month
                Memo Express    9.75/month
                Advisor        9.75/month
                800 number option    2.20/month
                Group call number option    3.30/month
                Extra local number option    1.10/month
                Voice Mail option    4.40/month
            AT&T 800 Service    30.00 + 0.155/min
            AT&T 900 Service    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
            Voice Monthly Service    27.00/dial tone
            ISDN Monthly Service    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
            Voice Mail        7.00/mail box
            Voice Mail Additional 20 min.    7.00/mail box
            Auto-Attendant
                2-port System    77.00/ port
                4-port System    60.00/ port
                6-port System    44.00/ port
            Call Management System    based on system
                            configuration
            Station Equipment    Contact ITS for
                            current price
            Refund for Used Station Equipment    25% used price
                Prices include free machine
                collating and auto stapling    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
            Interstate Long-Distance    0.24/minute
            Intrastate Long-Distance    $ 0.11/minute
            Local Carrier Long-Distance Service    ITS cost +
                            admin surcharge
        Print/Microfiche Charges
            Mainframe Laser Printer Output-Simplex Page    0.025/page
            Mainframe Laser Printer Output-Duplex Page    0.020/page
            Microfiche Masters    1.25/fiche
            Microfiche Copies    0.12/fiche
            Mainframe Line Printer Output (Per 1000 Lines)    1.50/1000
            Spool Occupancy Rate same as Disk Storage
            Security/ID Badges    8.00/badge
                 Setup Fee (One-time per group)    10.00/setup
                Badge Holders     cost
        Computing/Storage Charges     
            CPU Prime Time (8am to 5pm, Mon-Fri)    1,030.00/hour
            CPU Non-Prime Time 2
                (Weekends, 5 to 8am, M-F)    515.00/hour
                  Beginning and ending execution times must be     
                during non-prime time to receive this rate.
            ADABAS Command Counts    0.19/1000
            ADABAS I/O    0.30/1000
            Tape I/O        0.60/1000 tape
                            excp
            Disk I/O        0.30/1000 disk
                            excp
            Disk Storage - 3380, 3390, ADABAS     1.65/MB
            Bulk Disk Storage    0.92/MB
            Round Tape Storage     2.50/tape
            Square Tape Storage    1.75/tape
            Tape Drive Occupancy (1.00 minimum)    1.00/hour
        Automated Geographic Reference Charges
            UNIX CPU Time     negotiable
            AGR I/O's         0.014/I/O
            AGR Disk Storage    0.005/record
            AGR Tape Storage    1.00/tape
            AGR Tape Storage -- Archived    2.00/tape
            AGR Electrostatic Plotter    30.00/hour
            AGR Pen Plotter Access    30.00/hour
            AGR Terminal/Digitizer    30.00/hour
            AGR Materials
                Regular Plots     6.00/foot
                Mylar Plots    8.00/foot
            AGR Remote Port Access    50.00
            AGR SGID Sale of Data
                Class "A" File    150.00/file
                Class "B" File    90.00/file
                Class "C" File    60.00/file
            AGR Subscription Fees    50.00-600.00/month
        Maintenance, Training, and Other Charges
            Equipment maintenance cost schedules are available
             by request from Maintenance Management, 538-3608
            Cost and Handling
                Training Room Rental    75.00/hour
                AGR GIS Training    120.00/pers/day
            Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Conversion    0.025/square foot
            Plot Copies
                8½ X 11 thru 11 X 17    3.00 each
                17 X 22        4.00 each
                22 X 34        5.00 each
                34 X 44        7.00 each
        Mobile Radio/Microwave Rates
        Equipment Space Rental
        19" X 7'0" Rack or Base Station
            Mountain Top/Downtown(2.3 sq. ft.)    100.00/month
            Control Station-Mountain Top (Wall Mt)    50.00/month
            Control Station-Downtown (Wall Mt)    25.00/month
            Each of above includes 1 Antenna,
                Coax and Power
            Antenna Equipment
            Arrays             negotiable
            Microwave Antennas
                6 Foot        25.00/month
                8 Foot        45.00/month
                10 Foot        65.00/month
                12 Foot        85.00/month
            Mobile Radio Equipment
                45 Watt Lease    8.50/month
                    Maintenance    6.50/month
                110 Watt Lease    23.50/month
                    Maintenance    7.50/month
                Portable Lease    13.33/month
                    Maintenance    7.00/month
                800 MHZ Lease    10.00/month
                    Maintenance    time + materials
                    Parts: Rates are at Vendor's Book Price    
        Mobile Radio Programming
            16 Channel - T&R    30.00/radio
            16 Channel - T&R/Alpha Numeric    60.00/radio
            1-128 Channel - T&R     60.00/radio
            1-128 Channel - T&R/Alpha Numeric    60.00/radio
            Program Clones
            Base Stations/Repeater Maintenance    10.00/clone
            Repeater/Duplexer    37.00/month
            Base Station     37.00/month
            Control             18.00/month
            Parts Not Included - Listed at Vendor's Book Price
        Installations
            Install Labor Rate     40.00/hour
            All Radio Shop Installs     time + materials
        Console Equipment
            Consoles         17.30/channel
            Maintenance    8.00/channel
            Consoles Other Than Centracomm II    time + materials
        State Repeater/Base Station System
            System Utilization    3.97/unit
            Includes base station, mountain top space,
                and microwave interconnect
        Microwave Rates
            Microwave Maintenance     60.00/hour
            Local Line (2 required
                Local loop 4-wire     ITS cost +
                            admin fee
                Local loop 2-wire    ITS cost +
                            admin fee
            T1                9.00/mile
                            (20 mile minim.)
                Drops        ITS cost +
                            admin fee
                Install        1,000.00
            Circuit Provisioning Charge    240.00/circuit
            Channel Cards (2 required)
                Digital 9.6K     31.30/month
                Install        152.00
                Digital 56K     51.00/month
                Install        152.00
                Digital bridge    11.25/month
                Install        9.00
                3000 Series (4ETO)    17.30/month
                Install        140.00
                3000 bridge (4-wire)     7.60/month
                Install        18.00
            Interoffice Mileage
                0-8 miles    39.25 + 0.72/mile
                9-25 miles    40.00 + 0.70/mile
                26-50 miles    42.50 + 0.60/mile
                51+ miles    47.00 + 0.56/mile
                Installation    55.00
ITEM    67    To Department of Administrative Services -
            Risk Management
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenues              26,612,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Risk Management         21,183,200
            Worker's Compensation         5,429,000
            Approved FTE Positions - 22.5
            Approved Capital Outlay - 0
                    In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees and rates are approved for the services of the Division of Risk Management for FY 1998.
            Liability Premiums
                Agriculture    34,921
                Alcohol Beverage Control    19,765
                Attorney General    137,029
                Bridgerland ATC    9,667
                Career Services    244
                Commerce    44,103
                Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    1,962
                Community and Economic Development    51,890
                Corrections    1,008,033
                Courts        129,204
                Crime Victims    1,697
                Davis Area Vocational Center    11,278
                Deaf and Blind School    25,780
                Department of Administrative Services    240,793
                Department of Environmental Quality    83,957
                Department of Transportation    1,983,000
                Education    87,007
                Employment Security Office    84,819
                Fair Parks    11,334
                Financial Institutions    11,541
                Governor    8,185
                Health        121,366
                Heber Valley Railroad    20,000
                House of Representatives    3,356
                Human Resource Management    7,810
                Human Services    640,801
                Industrial Commission    18,619                           Insurance    8,979
                Legislative Fiscal Analyst    4,357
                Legislative Auditor General    2,771
                Legislative Printing    1,243
                Legislative Research    6,541
                National Guard    42,972
                Natural Resources    268,282
                Navajo Trust Fund    3,454
                Office of Planning and Budget    5,124
                Ogden-Weber ATC    14,583
                Public Safety    447,304
                Public Service Commission    4,178
                School and Institutional Trust Lands    10,429
                Senate        1,827
                Sevier ATC    6,445
                State Auditor    5,058
                State Treasurer    2,989
                Tax Commission    132,684
                Uintah ATC    6,445
                Utah Housing Finance    3,291
                Utah Sports Authority    30,000
                Utah Technology Finance Corporation    1,034
            Higher Education
                Board of Regents    24,101
                College of Eastern Utah    54,359
                Dixie        56,966
                Salt Lake Community College    133,802
                Snow        42,440
                Southern Utah University    110,527
                Utah Valley State College    157,363
                University of Utah    1,775,156
                Utah State University    580,261
                Weber State    255,326
            Property Premiums
                Alcoholic Beverage Control    17,147
                Agriculture    1,563
                Attorney General    1,250
                Commission on Criminal Juvenile Justice    29
                Central Utah Health    620
                Higher Education
                    College of Eastern Utah    39,640
                    Weber State University    91,471
                    University of Utah    792,757
                    Southern Utah University    62,068
                    Utah Valley State College    49,491
                    Utah State University    414,920
                    Fort Douglas    11,503
                    Board of Regents    617
                    Snow College    35,367
                    Dixie College    27,381
                    Salt Lake Community College    61,126
                Corrections
                    Draper Prison    76,509
                    Gunnison Prison    14,261
                    Department    5,503
                Courts        14,528
                Crime Victims Reparations    74
                Administrative Services
                    Executive Director's Office    36
                    Purchasing    66
                    Archives    954
                    Risk Management    66
                    Information Technology Services    30,572
                    Facilities Construction and Management    103,131
                    General Services    9,575
                    Finance    357
                    Administrative Rules    24
                Utah Sports Authority    6,847
                Human Resource Management    86
                Community and Economic Development
                    Arts    1,087
                    Travel    1,843
                    History    6,944
                    Department    471
                    Library    2,126
                Commerce    305
                Employment Security    11,141
                Health        38,479
                Environmental Quality    7,289
                Natural Resources
                    Lands    5,691
                    Parks and Recreation    64,024
                    Executive Director's Office    2,741
                    Wildlife    54,186
                    Water Resources    917
                    Oil Gas and Mining    272
                    Utah Geological Survey    207
                    Water Rights    397
                Transportation    130,398
                DOT Aeronautical Operations    2,389
                Public Education
                    Sevier Valley Applied Technology Center    7,839
                    Davis Applied Technology Center    5,866
                    School for the Deaf & Blind    3,287
                    Board of Education    19,186
                    Bridgerland Applied Technology Center    517
                    Ogden/Weber Applied Technology Center    16,031
                    Uintah Basin Applied Technology Center    4,465
                Financial Institutions    153
                Governor
                    Governor's Office    92
                    Office of Planning & Budget    132
                Housing Finance Agency    1,702
                Human Services
                    Department    18,674
                    Youth Corrections    5,925
                    Training School    27,831
                    State Hospital    24,793
                Industrial Commission    88
                Insurance    99
                Legislature
                    Senate    158
                    House of Representatives    306
                    Legislative Auditor    67
                    Legislative Fiscal Analyst    40
                    Legislative Research/General Counsel    159
                    Legislative Printing    112
                National Guard    35,271
                Public Safety    14,343
                Public Service Commission    18
                School and Institutional Trust Lands    188
                South East Health Department    1,579
                South West Health Department.    494
                School Districts
                    Rich    6,755
                    Park City    33,100
                    Kane    13,287
                    Box Elder    68,432
                    Emery    37,378
                    Beaver    11,488
                    Daggett    5,637
                    Washington    76,738
                    Piute    6,428
                    Tooele    75,374
                    Weber    155,311
                    Murray    39,363
                    Garfield    11,117
                    Logan    35,906
                    Tintic    9,866
                    Provo    84,249
                    Grand    13,886
                    Wasatch    22,518
                    Juab    12,045
                    Carbon    56,910
                    Duchesne    46,049
                    Cache    77,122
                    Iron    40,499
                    San Juan    45,529
                    Uintah    53,794
                    Nebo    101,324
                    North Sanpete    11,204
                    Alpine    222,935
                    Ogden    93,766
                    South Sanpete    14,041
                    North Summit    17,856
                    Wayne    10,699
                    Davis    453,957
                    Morgan    13,439
                    Salt Lake City    142,909
                    Sevier    47,623
                    Granite    175,957
                    Jordan    338,066
                    Millard    37,656
                    South Summit    10,416
                Treasurer    17
                Utah State Auditor    123
                Utah State Tax Commission    1,942
                Utah Finance Corporation    495
                Wasatch Health District    64
                Bear River Health District    1,809
                Utah County Health Dept.    49
                Heber Valley Railroad    8,190
                Navajo Trust Fund    5,990
                Fair Park    28,621
                Automobile/Physical Damage Premiums
                State agency rate for value less
                    than $20,000    $125/vehicle
                State agency rate for value more
                    than $20,000    $.80/100 value
                Public Safety rate for value less
                    than $20,000    $150/vehicle
                Public Safety rate for value more
                    than $20,000    $.80/100 value
                School district rate    $50/vehicle
                School bus rate    $100/vehicle
                Standard deductible    $350/incident
ITEM    68    To Department of Administrative Services - Division
            of Facilities Construction and Management -
            Facilities Management
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenues              14,756,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Facilities Management         14,756,400
            Approved FTE Positions - 110.5
            Approved Capital Outlay - $192,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Facilities Management Program of the Division of Facilities Construction and management use the Division of Fleet Operations for all vehicle replacements or additions. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the rate charged for these vehicles be determined under the specialty service category and that, in setting the rate, consideration be given to usage patterns and any vehicle maintenance provided by Facilities Management. Vehicles currently owned will be turned back to the Division of Fleet Operations as they are retired from service.
                    In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees and rates are approved for the services of the Division of Facilities Construction and Management for FY 1998.
            Division of Facilities Construction & Management
                Ogden Regional Center    472,367
                Ogden Juvenile Court    123,500
                Layton Court    80,896
                Ogden Public Safety    43,518
                Brigham City Court    141,400
                Ogden Court    367,640
                Salt Lake Court    905,100
                Capitol Hill Complex    2,695,535
                Human Services North Temple    650,103
                Glendinning Fine Arts Center    25,000
                Agriculture    228,000
                Cannon Health    671,658
                Medical Drive Complex    369,200
                Natural Resources    774,740
                Boyd Martin    142,329
                Environmental Quality    317,389
                Utah State Tax Commission    714,567
                Calvin Rampton Complex    1,322,000
                Employment Security South County    138,216
                Sandy Courts    172,800
                Driver License West Valley    33,070
                Murray Highway Patrol Training & Supply    22,170
                Kearns Human Services    113,430
                Murray Highway Patrol    14,040
                Taylorsville Center for the Deaf    10,000
                Heber M. Wells    714,721
                Employment Security Administration    498,120
                Employment Security Metro    136,352
                Rio Grande Depot    220,318
                Union Pacific Depot    225,000
                Human Services - 1385 South State    256,817
                Fremont Human Services    113,430
                Utah State Office of Education    260,068
                Health Dental Clinic    18,231
                Provo Regional Center    433,038
                Provo Court    207,000
                Orem Driver License    17,550
                Human Services Richfield    40,385
                Orem Highway Patrol    15,600
                Richfield Court    40,472
                Orem Region Three UDOT    48,200
                Orem Circuit Court    56,124
                Governor's Mansion Preservation    30,000
                Vernal Regional Center    53,001
                Moab Regional Center    236,393
                Richfield ITS Center    41,100
                Employment Security Richfield    23,296
                Statewide Roofing Program    150,124
                Statewide Paving Program    37,531
                Planning and Design Program      225,292
CAPITAL BUDGET
ITEM    69    To     To Department of Administrative Services - Division of
                Facilities Construction and Management
        From General Fund              44,168,900
        From Uniform School Fund              1,000,000
        From Transportation Fund              3,177,300
        From Federal Funds              2,700,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Capital Development              
                University of Utah - Gardner Hall          7,942,600
                Youth Corrections - Region I         9,084,000
                Dixie College - Land Purchase         708,700
            Capital Improvements         29,980,600
            Capital Planning    
                Vernal Courthouse          40,000
                Salt Lake Detention Center         83,000
                Cache Detention Center         30,000
            Department of Transportation
                Maintenance Buildings
                    Cove Fort         1,613,600
                    Grantsville         1,563,700
            Capitol Building
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management, under the Direction of the Legislative Management Committee, establish a separate program for the State Capitol Building within the annual allocation for Capital Improvement Funding. The FY 1998 amount should be at least $3,000,000 to fund projects relative to tenant build out and other improvements. Future year funding should be at least $2,000,000 annually for Capitol Building improvement projects. However, if major development projects such as seismic retrofit, are funded for the Capitol Building, the $2,000,000 minimum may be reduced accordingly.
            Utah Valley State College - Technology Building Program
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Utah Valley State College, utilize institutional funds to program the Technology Building under the direction of the Division of Facilities Construction and Management.
            Department of Corrections - Transfer Facility Location
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management lease property at the Draper Prison to a private entity for the purpose of constructing a waste sorting and transfer facility to employ inmates if the following conditions are satisfactorily met.
                1.    The private entity assures continuous employment of state inmates.
                2.    The lease with the private entity provides an appropriate return to the state.
                3.    The lease has an initial term of not-to-exceed 20 years.
                4.    The lease protects the state from all liability.
                5.    The private entity guarantees that no adverse environmental impact will occur.
                6.    The state retains the right to monitor the types of wastes which are processed and to prohibit the processing of types of wastes which are deemed a risk to the state or surrounding property uses.
                7.    The lease provides for adequate security arrangements.
                8.    The private entity assumes responsibility for any taxes or fees associated with the facility.
                9.    The private entity assumes responsibility for bringing utilities to the site and any state expenditures for roads, etc. are considered in establishing the return to the state.
                    The facility may be constructed without direct supervision by DFCM, however, the design, plans and specifications of the project are subject to DFCM review and approval and the project may also be inspected by DFCM. If determined appropriate, DFCM may require that the project be submitted to the local building official for plan review and inspection.
            Department of Natural Resources - Capital Improvement Funding
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM), the Division of Risk Management, and the Department of Natural Resources review the Capital Improvement funding requirement identified in Section 63A-5-201(8) to ensure that appropriate facilities of the Department of Natural Resources are included in the funding requirement, thereby allowing the allocation of capital improvement funds to projects at those facilities. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the State Building Board make recommendations, if necessary, for amendments to the above referenced statute to include in

the funding requirement any previously excluded project types other than auxiliary buildings.
            DFCM - Asbestos Litigation Proceeds
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the proceeds from asbestos litigation settlements shall be applied first to asbestos abatement to the extent required by the settlement agreement with all remaining proceeds, up to $100,000 to the last phase of map digitizing in the automated Geographic Reference Center and up to $550,000 to be used for general capital improvements.
            Capital Improvement - Underground Storage Tanks
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $440,000 for statewide underground storage tank mitigation projects be funded from the FY 1998 capital improvement allocations. The suggested projects are:
                    Corrections    $72,000
                    Department of Natural Resources    24,500
                    Youth Corrections - Decker Lake    21,000
                    Utah State University    85,000
                    Dixie College    27,000
                    Capitol Hill    110,000
                    Weber State University     100,500
                     TOTAL    $440,000
            Facility Use Change
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Building Board develop formal policies and procedures to be followed when a facility is proposed for a change of original use. These policies and procedures should allow for legislative review prior to the enactment of the change.
            Parks and Recreation - Capital Improvements
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that $1,378,500 be allocated for Division of Parks and Recreation Capital Improvement projects as authorized by the State Building

Board. The State Building Board should insure that the division has produced at least a five year capital improvement plan reflecting annual needs and all projected funding sources. With this plan in place, the Division of Facilities Construction and Management should work with the Division of Parks and Recreation to identify an annual allocation of Capital Improvement funding that would address the improvement needs of state parks in a systematic approach. Final decisions on actual annual allocations will be made by the State Building Board.
            Provo Court Land
                    It is the intent of the Legislature to consider acquisition of the ½ city block of property located adjacent to the Provo Court facility owned by Provo City through the Capital Facilities appropriation process in the 1998 Legislative Session.
            Attorney General Space
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Attorney General staff be relocated from the present Capitol Building location to the Heber Wells Building and the Division of Facilities Construction and Management should program space appropriate in size to accommodate the Attorney General and immediate staff, on the second floor, northeast end, for the Attorney General in the Capitol Building.
            National Guard - Provo Armory Sale
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah National Guard use proceeds from the sale of the Provo Armory to fund the state share of the new Orem Armory.
            Courts - Cedar City Land
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Courts be allowed to use funds within existing budgets to purchase

land in Cedar City.
            Workforce Services/Land and Programming
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Workforce Services use savings achieved through administrative and other efficiencies to fund the purchase of land for an employment center in Cedar City, and program planning for an employment center in Clearfield, if not funded through the Capital Facilities appropriation, not to exceed $200,000.
            Children's Special Health Care Needs Clinic
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Children's Special Health Care Needs Clinic be considered as a high priority in the FY 1998 General Session of the Legislature. In addition, the Department of Health and the University of Utah should resolve differences relative to site location so as to allow this project to proceed immediately, if funding is made available.


COMMERCE AND REVENUE
ITEM    70    To Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
        From Liquor Control Fund              12,396,600
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Executive Director         737,700
            Administration         698,400
            Operations             1,566,300
            Warehouse             993,500
            Stores and Agencies         8,400,700
ITEM    71    To Department of Commerce
        From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund              12,748,500
        From Federal Funds              126,600
        Dedicated Credits Revenue              214,900
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,116,200
            Occupational and Professional Licensing         4,983,400
            Securities             1,028,700
            Consumer Protection         568,000
            Corporations         1,402,800
            Real Estate             707,000
            Public Utilities         2,707,300
            Consumer Services         576,600
                    In accordance with Section 13-1-2(3), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Commerce for FY 1998.
        Administration        
            Vehicle Franchise Act    80.00
        Occupational and Professional Licensing    
            Accountant             
                Individual CPA Application Filing    75.00
                Individual License/ Certificate Renewal    50.00
                CPA Firm Application for Registration    50.00
                CPA Firm Registration Renewal    40.00
                Examination Record Fee    30.00
            Acupuncturist              
                New Application    100.00
                Renewal    60.00
            Alarm Company         
                FBI Fingerprint File Search    24.00
                BCI Fingerprint File Search    10.00
                Company Application Filing    300.00
                Company Renewal    100.00
                Agent Application Filing    40.00
                Agent Renewal    20.00
            Alternative Dispute Resolution Providers    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Architect                  
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
                Examination Record Fee    30.00
                Education and Enforcement Surcharge    25.00
            Boxing Commission    
                Promoters - License Renewal    100.00
                Promoters - Application Filing    100.00
                Professional Contestant - License Renewal    25.00
                Professional Contestant - Application Filing    25.00
                Judges and Referees - License Renewal    25.00
                Judges and Referees - Application Filing    25.00
                Managers and Seconds - License Renewal    25.00
                Managers and Seconds - Application Filing    25.00
                Contest Registration Fee    250.00
                Promotions (percent of total)    0.05
            Audiologist             
                Application Filing    60.00
                License Renewal    30.00
            Barber/Cosmetologist    
                Teacher Certificate    40.00
                Application Filing    40.00
                License Renewal    25.00
                School Application Filing    100.00
                School License Renewal    25.00
                Apprentice Application Filing    25.00
            Building Inspector    
                Initial License - Application Filing    50.00
                License - Renewal    25.00
            Certified Nurse Midwife    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    50.00
                Intern-Application Filing    25.00
                Prescriptive Authority - Application Filing    60.00
                Prescriptive Authority - Application Filing    40.00
            Certified Public Accountant Quality Review    
                CPA Firm - Offsite Review    375+
                 employed CPA, each    30.00
                CPA Firm - On-site Review    425+
                  employed CPA, each    30.00
            Certified Shorthand Reporter    
                Application Filing    35.00
                License Renewal    30.00
            Chiropractic Physician    
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    60.00
            Contractor Licensing    
                Primary Application Filing    200.00
                Primary License Renewal    80.00
                Supplemental Application Filing    100.00
                Supplemental License Renewal    75.00
                Change Qualifier fees    40.00
            Controlled Substance    
                Application Filing    90.00
                License Renewal    45.00
            Controlled Substance Precursor    
                Distributor Application Filing    200.00
                Distributor License Renewal    100.00
                Purchaser Application Filing    100.00
                Purchaser License Renewal    50.00
            Deception Detection    
                FBI Fingerprint File Search    24.00
                BCI Fingerprint File Search    10.00
                Examiner Application Filing    40.00
                Examiner Renewal    20.00
                Intern Application Filing    25.00
                Intern Renewal    20.00
            Dentist                                   Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
                Anesthesia Upgrade    50.00
            Dental Hygienist         
                Application Filing    45.00
                License Renewal    25.00
                Anesthesia Upgrade    25.00
            Dietician                  
                Application Filing    50.00
                License Renewal    25.00
            Electrician                               Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Electrologist             
                Application Filing    40.00
                License Renewal    20.00
            Employee Leasing Company    
                Base Annual Fee    1,500+
                 Volume Fee, per $1 million in billings    216.00
            Engineer                  
                Professional Engineer - Application Filing    100.00
                Professional Engineer - License Renewal    40.00
                Professional Structural Engineer -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Professional Structural Engineer -
                    License Renewal    40.00
            Fundamentals of Engineering Record Fee    30.00
            Education and Enforcement Surcharge    20.00
            Environmental Health Scientist    
                Application Filing    50.00
                License Renewal    25.00
            Funeral Services         
                Director Application Filing    150.00
                Director License Renewal    65.00
                Apprentice Application Filing    30.00
                Apprentice License Renewal    30.00
                Establishment Application Filing    100.00
                Establishment License Renewal    100.00
            Health Care Assistant    
                Application Filing    10.00
                License Renewal    10.00
            Health Facility Administrator    
                Application Filing    60.00
                License Renewal    40.00
            Hearing Instrument Specialist    
                Application Filing    90.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Hearing Instrument Intern    
                Application Filing    50.00
            Landscape Architects    
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
                Examination Fee Record    30.00
                Education and Enforcement Surcharge    25.00
            Land Surveyor         
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    40.00
                Fundamentals of Land Surveying
                 Examination Record Fee    30.00
                Education and Enforcement Surcharge    20.00
            Manufactured Housing    
                Dealer - Application Filing    15.00
                Dealer - License Renewal    15.00
                Salesman - Application Filing    15.00
                Salesman - License Renewal    15.00
            Marriage and Family Therapist    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    50.00
                Post/Master Training    10.00
                Coursework Review Fee    25.00
            Massage                  
                Technician - Application Filing    75.00
                Technician - License Renewal    50.00
                Apprentice - Application Filing    50.00
                Apprentice - License Renewal    50.00
            Naturopath             
                License Renewal    125.00
                Application Filing    150.00
            Nurses                                       Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) -
                    Application Filing    50.00
                Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) -
                    License Renewal    40.00
                Registered Nurse (R.N.) -
                    Application Filing    50.00
                Registered Nurse (R.N.) -
                     License Renewal    40.00
                Advanced Practice R.N. -
                    Application Filing    50.00
                Advanced Practice R.N. - License Renewal    40.00
                Advanced Practice R.N. - Intern    25.00
                Prescriptive Authority - Application Filing    60.00
                Prescriptive Authority - License Renewal    40.00
                Certified Nurse Anesthetist -
                     Application Filing    50.00
                Certified Nurse Anesthetist -
                    License Renewal    35.00
                Educational Program approval/Initial
                     site visit    500.00
                Educational Program approval/Follow-up
                     site visit    250.00
            Occupational Therapist    
                Occupational Therapist - Application Filing    60.00
                Occupational Therapist - License Renewal    35.00
                Occupational Therapist Assistant -
                    Application Filing    60.00
                Occupational Therapist Assistant -
                    License Renewal    35.00
            Optometrist             
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Physician and Surgeon    
                Application Filing    150.00
                License Renewal    100.00
            Pharmacy                  
                Pharmacist - Application Filing    90.00
                Pharmacist - License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmacy Intern - Application Filing    25.00
                Pharmacy Intern - License Renewal    20.00
                Pharmacy - Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmacy - License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmaceutical Manufacturer -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical Manufacturer -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmaceutical Wholesaler/Distributor -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical Wholesaler/Distributor -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Veterinary Pharmaceutical Outlet -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Veterinary Pharmaceutical Outlet -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmaceutical Researcher -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical Researcher -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmaceutical Dog Trainer -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical Dog Trainer -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmaceutical Teaching Organization -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical Teaching Organization -
                    License Renewal    50.00
                Euthanasia Agency - Application Filing    100.00
                Euthanasia Agency - License Renewal    50.00
                Analytical Laboratory - Application Filing    100.00
                Analytical Laboratory - License Renewal    50.00
                Pharmacy Technician - Application Fee    50.00
                Pharmacy Technician - License Renewal    35.00
                Pharmaceutical Administration -
                    Application Filing    100.00
                Pharmaceutical administration -
                     License Renewal    50.00
            Physical Therapist    
                Application Filing    60.00
                License Renewal    35.00
            Physician/Surgeon    
                Application Filing    130.00
                License Renewal    100.00
            Physician Assistant    
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Plumber                  
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Podiatric Physician    
                Application Filing    100.00
                License Renewal    75.00
            Pre-Need Funeral Arrangement    
                Provider - Application Filing    100.00
                Provider - License Renewal    50.00
                Sales Agent - Application Filing    40.00
                Sales Agent - License Renewal    30.00
            Private Probation Provider    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Professional Counselor    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    65.00
            Post/Master Training    10.00
            Coursework Review Fee    25.00
            Psychologist             
                Psychologist - Application Filing    140.00
                Psychologist - License Renewal    100.00
            Radiology Technologist/Practical Technician    
                Application Filing    60.00
                License Renewal    35.00
            Recreational Vehicle Dealer    
                Application Filing    15.00
                License Renewal    15.00
            Recreational Therapist    
            Master/Therapeutic Recreation Specialist -
                    Application Filing    60.00
            Master/Therapeutic Recreation Specialist -
                    License Renewal    35.00
            Therapeutic Recreation Technician -
                    Application Filing    60.00
            Therapeutic Recreation Technician -
                    License Renewal    35.00
            Residence Lien Recovery Fund Registrants    
                Initial Assessment    195.00
                Noncontractor Registration    25.00
                Post-claim laborer assessment    20.00
                Claim Application Fee - Nonlaborers    75.00
                Claim Application Fee - Laborers    15.00
                Reinstatement of Lapsed Registration    100.00
            Respiratory Care Practitioner    
                Application Filing    60.00
                License Renewal    30.00
            Security Services    
                FBI Fingerprint File Search    24.00
                BCI Fingerprint File Search    10.00
                Contract Security Company
                    Application Filing    300.00
                Contract Security Company Renewal    100.00
                Replace/Change Qualifier    40.00
                Education Program Approval    300.00
                Education Program Approval Renewal    100.00
                Alarm Response Runner Application Filing    40.00
                Alarm Response Runner Renewal    20.00
                Armed Private Security Officer
                    Application Filing    40.00
                Armed Private Security Officer Renewal    20.00
                Unarmed Private Security Officer
                    Application Filing    40.00
                Unarmed Private Security Officer Renewal    20.00
            Social Work             
                Clinical Social Worker - Application Filing    75.00
                Clinical Social Worker - License Renewal    65.00
                Certified Social Worker - Application Filing    75.00
                Certified Social Worker - License Renewal    65.00
                Social Service Worker - Application Filing    75.00
                Social Service Worker - License Renewal    65.00
                Post/Master Training    10.00
            Speech Pathologist/Audiologist    
                Speech Pathologist - Application Filing    60.00
                Speech Pathologist - License Renewal    35.00
                Audiologist - Application Filing    60.00
                Speech/Pathologist    60.00
                Audiologist - License Renewal    35.00
            Substance Abuse Counselor    
                Application Filing    75.00
                License Renewal    65.00
                Trainee Application filing    10.00
            Veterinarian             
                Application Filing    90.00
                License Renewal    50.00
            Veterinarian Intern    
                Application Filing    25.00
            UBC Surcharge         
                Building Permit Surcharge    Varies
            UBC Seminar Fees    
            Other                      
                Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
                Booklets    5.00
                List of Licensees    
                     Population less than 5000    cost or $30
                    Population 5,000-10,000    cost or $50
                    Population 10,000+    cost or $70
                    Inactive/Emeritus License    50.00
                    Pre Approval CPA CPE Providers    50.00
                    Post/Master Training for Mental Health
                        Therapist    10.00
            Temporary Permits    
                 3 months    50.00
                 6 months    50.00
                Late Renewal Fee    20.00
                License/Registration Reinstatement    50.00
                Duplicate License    10.00
                License/Registration Certificate    10.00
                Priority Processing Fee    75.00
                Disciplinary File Search Per Order
                    Document    10.00
        Securities Division    
            Securities Registration    
                Qualification Registration    300.00
                Coordinated Registration    750.00
                Notification Registration    300.00
        Securities Exemption    
                    Notice of Intent to Sell
                    (Blue Chip Mutual Funds)    500.00
                Other Securities Exemptions    60.00
            Transactional Exemptions    
                All Transactional Exemptions    60.00
                No-action and Interpretative Opinions    120.00
            Licensing                  
                Agent        30.00
                Broker/Dealer    75.00
                Investment Advisor    75.00
                Investment Advisor Representative    30.00
                Certified Dealer         
                    New and Renewal    500.00
            Other                      
                Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
                Statute Booklet    2.00
                Rules and Forms Booklet (Excluding SCOR)    3.50
                Small Corp. Offering Registration (SCOR)    5.00
                Postage and Handling    cost or $2
                List of Licensees    cost or $25
                Verification (per copy)    0.30
                Returned Check Charge    15.00
                License/Registration Certificate    10.00
                Priority Processing Fee    75.00
            Consumer Protection Division    
                Charitable Solicitation Act    
                    Charity, less than $25,000    100.00
                    Charity, over $25,000    100.00
                    Professional Fund Raiser    250.00
                    Information Card    2.00
                Telephone Solicitation    
                    Solicitor Registration    250.00
                    Health Spa    100.00
                    Credit Services Organization    100.00
                    Business Opportunity Disclosure
                         Register    200.00
                Other                                       Interpretive Opinions    150.00
                    Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
                    Booklet    cost or $5
                    List of Licensees    cost or $25
                    Verification (per copy)    0.30
                    Returned Check Charge    15.00
                    Priority Processing Fee    75.00
        Corporations and Commercial Code    
            Articles of Incorporation    
                Profit        50.00
                Nonprofit    20.00
                Foreign        50.00
                Corporate Sole    20.00
            Requalification/Reinstatement    
                  Profit        50.00
                 Nonprofit    20.00
            Changes of Corporate Status    
                Amend/Restate/Merge - Profit    25.00
                Amend/Restate/Merge - Nonprofit    15.00
                Amendment - Foreign    35.00
            Annual Report         
                Profit        10.00
                Nonprofit    5.00
                Limited Partnership    10.00
                Limited Liability Company    10.00
                Late Fee    10.00
                Nonprofit Tax Return    10.00
            Certification             
                Corporate Standing - In House    10.00
                Corporate Standing - DataShare    5.00
                Corporate Standing - Long Form    20.00
            Corporation Search    
                    In House    10.00
            Limited Partnership    
                Certificate    50.00
                Reinstate/Requalify    40.00
                Amend/Restate/Merge    25.00
            Doing Business As
                Registration    20.00
            Trademark             
                Registration    20.00
                Assignments    5.00
            Limited Liability Company    
                Articles of Organization    50.00
                Reinstate/Requalify    40.00
                Amend/Merge    35.00
            Employee Leasing Company    
                Registration    75.00
            Miscellaneous Transactions    
                Summons    10.00
                Out of State Motorist Summons    5.00
                Collection Agency Bond    30.00
                Foreign Name Registration    20.00
                Statement    10.00
                Corporation Name Reservation    20.00
                Telecopier Transmittal    5.00
                Telecopier Transmittal (per page)    1.00
            Commercial Code Lien Filings    
                Initial Filings         
                 Per Name without ID Number    10.00
                 Per Name with ID Number    5.00
                Attachment pages, per page    1.00
                Assignment/Amendment without ID    10.00
                Assignment/Amendment with ID    5.00
                CFS - 1        10.00
                CFS - 3        10.00
                CFS - 2        5.00
            Lien Search             
                File found    10.00
                Negative    10.00
                DataShare - Individual    2.00
                DataShare - UCC Information    5.00
            Notary                 
                Bond and Certificate    15.00
                Bond Rider    5.00
                Certificate    5.00
                Workshop Registration    4.00
            Same Day Service    25.00
            DataShare                  
                Base fee (per month)    10.00
            Other                      
                Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
                Statute Booklet    cost or $5
                List of Licensees    cost or $25
                Verification (per copy)    0.30
                Returned Check Charge    15.00
                Temporary Permits    
                    3 months    20.00
                     6 months    20.00
                Late Renewal Fee    10.00
                License Registration Reinstatement    50.00
                Duplicate License    10.00
                License/Registration Certificate    10.00
                Priority Processing Fee    75.00
        Real Estate Division    
            Broker/Sales Agent    
                New Application (2 year)    100.00
                Renewal    50.00
            Appraisers             
                Certified - Application    200.00
                Certified - Renewal    200.00
                Senior and Registered Appraisers -
                    License    200.00
                National Register (Pass through)    50.00
                Temporary Permit    100.00
            Miscellaneous         
                Activation    15.00
                New Company    25.00
                Branch Office    25.00
            Service Fees             
                Duplicate License    10.00
                Certifications/Histories (up to 5 years)    10.00
                Certifications/Histories (more than 5 years)    50.00
            Subdivided Land    
                Exemption - HUD    100.00
                Exemption - Water Corporation    50.00
                Temporary Permit    100.00
                Application    500.00+
                 Per unit charge over 30    3.00
                Inspection Deposit    300.00
                Consolidation    200.00+
                 Per unit charge over 30    3.00
                Renewal Report    200.00
            Timeshare and Camp Resort    
                Salesperson - New and Renewal    50.00
                Registration    500.00+
                 Per unit charge over 100    3.00
                Inspection Deposit    300.00
                Consolidation    200.00+
                 Per unit charge over 100    3.00
                Temporary Permit    100.00
                Renewal Report    200.00
            Supplementary Filing Fee    200.00
        Real Estate Education    
            Broker/Dealer    36.00
            Agent            24.00
            Certifications              
            Real Estate Prelicense Course Certification    25.00
            Appraiser Prelicense Course Certification    25.00
            Real Estate Continuing Education Course Certification    35.00
            Real Estate Prelicense Instructor Certification    15.00
            Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor
                Certification    15.00
            Appraiser Prelicense Instructor Certification    15.00
            School Certification    
        Other                     
            Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
            List of Licensees    cost or $25
            Verification (per copy)    1.00
            Returned Check Charge    15.00
            Late Renewal Fee    10.00
            License Registration Reinstatement    50.00
            Priority Processing Fee    75.00
            Laws and Rules    3.00
                  if mailed    5.00
            No Action Letter    120.00
            Interpretive Opinions    150.00
            Copy of USPAP (uniform standard)    
                if mailed    5.00
        Division of Public Utilities    
            Pipeline Safety Inspection Fees    
                Residential, to 50    25.00
                 Residential , 50 to 100    50.00
                 Residential, 151 or more    100.00
                 Commercial    50.00
                  Intrastate transmission facility    300.00
            Other                      
                Photocopies (per copy)    0.30
                Booklets    cost or 5.00
                List of Licensees    cost or 25.00
                Verification (per copy)    0.30
                Returned Check Charge    15.00
            Temporary Permits    
                 3 months    20.00
                 6 months    20.00
            Late Renewal Fee    10.00
            License/Registration Reinstatement    50.00
            Duplicate License    10.00
            License/Registration Certificate    10.00
            Priority Processing Fee    75.00
ITEM    72    To Department of Commerce - Real Estate Education
        From Real Estate Education, Research and Recovery Fund              138,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Real Estate Education         138,000
ITEM    73    To Department of Commerce - Division of Public Utilities
        From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund              100,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Professional and Technical Services         100,000
ITEM    74    To Department of Commerce Committee on Consumer
            Services Professional and Technical
        From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund              235,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Professional and Technical Services         235,000
ITEM    75    To Department of Commerce
        From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund              221,300
        From Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund              2,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Building Operation and Maintenance         223,300
ITEM    76    To Department of Financial Institutions
        From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions Account              2,414,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         2,414,600
ITEM    77    To Department of Financial Institutions
        From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions Account              90,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Building Operation and Maintenance         90,800
ITEM    78    To Department of Insurance
        From General Fund              8,164,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              623,200
        From Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool              2,025,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              2,130,500
        From Ending Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (519,000)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         3,718,800
            Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool         8,704,900
                    In accordance with Section 31A-3-103, the following fees are approved for the services of the Insurance Department of for FY 1998.
        Financial Examination/Company Licensing    
             Initial Certificate of Authority (Foreign and Domestic)    $500.00
        Continuation of Certificate of Authority (annual)    50.00
        Reinstatement of Certificate of Authority    500.00
        Redomestication Filing    750.00
        Filing of Amended Certificate of Authority    100.00
        Filing of amendments to Articles of     
              Incorporation, Charter, or Bylaws    25.00
        Filing Annual Statement and report of Utah business    250.00
        Application for merger, acquisition of     
              change of control (Form A)    1,500.00
        Application for Material Transaction    
              between affiliated companies (Form B)    25.00
        Application for Prior Notice of Transaction    
             (holding company Act)(Form D)    100.00
        Application for Stock Solicitation Permit    
             Public offering, but not a SEC filing    1,000.00
             Private placement and/or SEC filing    250.00
            Application for accredited reinsurer     500.00
            Application for renewal for accredited reinsurer    250.00
            Application for trusteed reinsurer    500.00
            Application for renewal for trusteed reinsurer    250.00
            Individual License to solicit in accordance    
                  with the Stock Solicitation Permit    50.00
            Filing Annual Statement and Renewal of Fraternals    50.00
            Organizational Permit for Mutual Insurer    500.00
        Rates and Forms             
            Filing of Registered Agent    10.00
            Risk Retention Group         
                 Annual Statement Filing    250.00
            Initial Rate Service Organization License    250.00
            Application for Surplus Lines License    500.00
            Surplus Lines Annual Statement Filing    250.00
            Annual Renewal of Rate Service Organization License    50.00
            Filing policy forms, rates, rules, and
                related documents, each    15.00
            Workers' Compensation Schedule    5.00
        Agent Licensing             
            Third Party Administrator License, or renewal,    
                 per year, or fraction thereof, each    20.00
            Organization License, resident or non-resident,    
                 or renewal, per two-year period or fraction    
                 thereof (Includes the first 20 or any number    
                 up to 20 listed designees on such license)    30.00
            Resident Agent's License, or renewal,    
                  per two-year period, or fraction thereof    30.00
            Nonresident Agent's License, or renewal,    
                  per two-year period or fraction thereof    30.00
            Consultant's License, resident or nonresident,    
                 or renewal, per two-year period,
                    or fraction thereof, each    40.00
            Broker's License, resident or nonresident, or renewal,
                per two year period, or fraction thereof, each    40.00
            Adjuster's license, or renewal, per two-year    
                 period or fraction thereof, each    40.00
            Surplus line broker's license, or renewal,    
                 per year or fraction thereof, each    20.00
            Managing General Agent License, or renewal, per    
                 two-year period or fraction thereof, each    40.00
            Amendment to Organization License or for each    
                 designee added to an Organization License    12.00
            Termination of designee from an organization license    5.00
            Appointment Certificate of agent or renewal, per    
                 two-year period or fraction thereof, each    12.00
            Termination of agent's Certificate of Appointment    5.00
            Authorization to appoint and remove agents    10.00
            Issuance of duplicate License/Code changes
                 in existing license    10.00
            License processing fee (first time)    10.00
            Issuance of Certification/Clearance Letter*    10.00
            Filing certificate (s) or other proof of completion of     
                 continuing education, per individual    10.00
            Continuing education provider application, or renewal,     
                 per provider    100.00
            Continuing education course post-approval    
                 $5 per credit hour, minimum fee    25.00
            Administration              
                Photocopy, per page    0.25
            Copy complete annual statement, per book    40.00
        Affixing commissioner's seal and certifying any paper    10.00
        Accepting service of legal process    10.00
        Copy of Department's Annual Report to Governor    10.00
        Issuance of mailing lists, or computer print-outs, per page    1.00
        Relative Value Study Book    10.00
        Returned check charge    15.00
ITEM    79    To Public Service Commission
        From General Fund              1,284,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,284,600
ITEM    80    To Public Service Commission
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              60,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Research and Analysis         60,000
ITEM    81    To Public Service Commission
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,500,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,562,300
        From Ending Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (2,124,600)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Hearing Impaired         1,937,700
ITEM    82    To Public Service Commission
        From Universal Telephone Trust              4,500,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,400,500
        From Ending Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (800,500)
        Schedule of Programs:
             Universal Telephone Trust         5,100,000
ITEM    83    To Public Service Commission
        From General Fund              26,200
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Building Operations and Maintenance         26,200
ITEM    84    To Tax Commission - Tax Administration and Revenue Collection
        From General Fund              20,185,400
        From Sales and Use Tax Administrative Fees Account              4,526,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Petroleum Storage Tank Fund              27,000
        From Uniform School Fund              15,265,600
        From Transportation Fund              4,857,400
        From Federal Funds              427,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              3,011,900
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              50,000
        Schedule of Programs
            Administration         4,505,200
            Auditing Division         6,849,600
            Multi State Compact         169,500
            Technology Management         8,144,500
            Tax Processing         7,898,400
            Seasonal Employees         735,300
            Tax Collection         5,698,300
            Property Tax         3,819,400
            Customer Service         8,309,400
            Motor Vehicle Enforcement         2,221,000
                    In accordance with Section 59-1-210(26), the following fees are approved for the services of the Utah State Tax Commission for FY 1998.
        Temporary Permit     6.00
        Liquor Profit Distribution Fee     6.00
        Microfilm Research Fee     6.50
        Data Processing Set-Up     55.00
        Lien Subordination (not to exceed)     300.00
        Motor Vehicle Information     2.00
        Salvage Vehicle Inspection Fee     50.00
        IFTA Reinstatement Fee     100.00
        Special Group L.P. Fee (plus Standard Plate fee-$5.00)      2.50
        Custom Programming Fee / Hour     85.00
        Research Fee (Special Requests) / Hour     20.00
        Photocopies (over 10 copies) / Page     0.10
        Faxed Document Processing Fee / Page     1.00
        Dismantlers Retitling Inspection Fee     50.00
        Certified Document Fee     5.00
        IFTA Decal Fee / Set     4.00
        CD Rom Tax Law Library      60.00
        Microfiche - MV Records (public)      200.00
        Microfiche - MV Records (government)      85.00
        Sample Plates - Ski Utah     5.00
        Sample Plates - Centennial     12.50
        Motor Carrier Unit Cost Report      10.00
        Tax Clearance Fee     50.00
        Motor Fuel License     30.00
        Special Fuel License     30.00
        Disabled Placard Replacement      5.00
        Motor Carrier Cab Card      3.00
        Motor Carrier Duplicate Registration      3.00
        Special Fuel Trip Permit (96 hour)     20.00
        Cigarette Tax License     30.00
        Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's Plates     8.00
        Motor Vehicle Dealer Plates     10.00
        Motor Vehicle Dismantler's Plates     8.00
        Motor Vehicle Transporter's Plates     8.00
        Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's License     100.00
        Motor Vehicle Dealer License     125.00
        Motor Vehicle Transporter's License     50.00
        Small Trailer - Dealer License     50.00
        Motor Vehicle Body Shop License     110.00
        Used Motor Vehicle Dealer License     125.00
        Motor Vehicle Dismantler's License     100.00
        Motor Vehicle Salesman's License     30.00
        Motor Vehicle Salesman's License Transfer     5.00
        Motor Vehicle Crusher's License     100.00
        Motor Vehicle Remanufacture's License     100.00
        Used Motor Cycle Dealer License     50.00
        New Motor Cycle Dealer License     50.00
        Representative License     25.00
        Motor Vehicle Dealer additional place of business     25.00
        Distributor's License     60.00
ITEM    85    To Tax Commission Licence Plate Production
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,008,900
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              2,640,400
        From Ending Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (2,640,400)
        Schedule of Programs:
            License Plate Production         2,008,900
ITEM    86    To Tax Commission Liquor Profits
        From General Fund              2,609,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Liquor Profits         2,609,000
ITEM    87    To Industrial Commission
        From General Fund              3,710,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety              1,015,800
        From Federal Funds              1,760,300
        From Employers' Reinsurance Fund              256,100
        From Uninsured Employers' Fund              311,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,140,500
            Appeals Board         100,000
            Industrial Accidents         922,700
            Adjudication         477,500
            Safety                 662,200
            Anti-Discrimination         980,400
            Utah Occupational Safety and Health         1,752,400
            Workplace Safety         1,017,700
                    In accordance with Section 35-1-16(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Industrial Commission for FY 1998.
            Certificate to Self-Insure for Workers Compensation    900.00
            Certificate to Self-Insure for Workers Compensation
                 renewal    500.00
        Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections:    
            Original Exam for Certificate of Competency    100.00
            Renewal of Certificate of Competency    20.00
            Owner-User Inspection Agency Certification    250.00
            Boilers to 500 square feet heating surface    60.00
            Boilers from 501 to 2,500 square feet
                 heating surface    100.00     
            Boilers over 2,500 square feet heating surface    110.00
            Replacement Boiler Certificate    15.00
            Consultation, witness, special inspection (per hour)    60.00
            Boiler Inspection and Certification by
                deputy inspectors    60.00
            Pressure Vessel Inspection    25.00
        Pressure Vessel Inspection by Owner-user:    
            25 or less on single statement (per vessel)    5.00
            26 through 100 on single statement
                (per statement)    100.00
            101 through 500 on single statement
                (per statement)    200.00
            over 500 on single statement (per statement)    400.00
        Elevator Inspections:    
            Existing Elevators:    85.00
                Hydraulic    85.00
                Electric        85.00
                Dumbwaiters    85.00
                Handicapped    85.00
                Other Elevators    85.00
                Replacement Elevator Certificate    15.00
            New Elevators:         
                Hydraulic    300.00
                Electric        700.00
                Dumbwaiters    200.00
                Handicapped    200.00
                Other Elevators    200.00
                Consultation and Review (per hour)    60.00
        Coal Mine Certification:
            Mine Foreman    50.00
            Temporary Mine Foreman    35.00
            Fire Boss        50.00
            Surface Foreman    50.00
            Temporary Surface Foreman    35.00
            Hard Rock Mine Foreman    50.00
            Temporary Hard Rock Mine Foreman    35.00
            Electrician underground low and medium voltage    50.00
            Electrician surface low and medium voltage    50.00
            Electrician surface and underground high voltage    50.00
            Annual Electrical Recertification    35.00
            Hoistman         50.00
            Hoistman Certification Retest (per sections)    20.00
        Hard Rock Mine Certification:    
            Hard Rock Mine Foreman    50.00
            Temporary Hard Rock Mine Foreman    35.00
            Hard Rock Surface Foreman    50.00
            Temporary Hard Rock Surface Foreman    35.00
            Electrician underground low and medium voltage    50.00
            Electrician surface low and medium voltage    50.00
            Electrician surface and underground high voltage    50.00
            Annual Electrical Recertification    35.00
            Hoistman        50.00
            Certification Retest (per sections)    20.00
        Hydrocarbon Mine Certifications:    
            Gilsonite Mine Foreman    50.00
            Gilsonite Mine Examiner    50.00
            Temporary Gilsonite Mine Foreman    35.00
            Gilsonite Shot Firer    50.00
            Hoistman         50.00
            Certification Retest (per section)    20.00
ITEM    88    To Industrial Commission
        From General Fund              146,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Building Operation and Maintenance         146,000
ITEM    89    To Department of Workforce Services State and Regional Operations
        From General Fund              20,211,400
        From Federal Funds              82,238,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              526,700
        From Revenue Transfers from Higher Education              482,800
        From Revenue Transfers from the Department of Human Services              89,400
        From Revenue Transfers from the Department of Health Title XIX              4,038,700
        From Revenue Transfers from Health              62,600
        From Revenue Transfers from Employment Security              3,024,500
        From Revenue Transfers from the Office of Education              888,600
        From Revenue Transfers to Office of Education - Displace Homemaker Program         (1,002,200)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive Director         451,700
            Administrative Services         2,601,700
            Legal and Hearing         641,200
            Information Technology         11,606,700
            Program and Policy         3,862,400
            Employment Security Regional Administration         952,300
            Job Training Administration         883,100
            Labor Market Services         3,491,800
            Unemployment Insurance Administration         7,515,600
            Employment Services         2,158,300
            Regional Administration - Turning Point         1,259,800
            Regional Administration - Job Training Partnership Act         10,272,800
            Regional Operations         64,863,300
ITEM    90    To Department of Workforce Services Client Services
        From General Fund              26,907,200
        From Federal Funds              73,245,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Temporary Assistance to Needy Families         57,203,700
            Food Stamp Cash Out         7,623,000
            Refugee Relocation         1,055,000
            General Assistance         3,004,000
            Supplemental Security Income Supplement         150,000
            Work Toward Employment         330,400
            Child Care             29,286,900
            Administration         1,500,000


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES
ITEM    91    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Administration
        From General Fund              2,208,400
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              20,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive              1,182,600
            Information Technology         1,045,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Community and Economic Development permanent employee FTE count be maintained at the FY 1997 level or below.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Department of Community and Economic Development Administration Information Technology Program be targeted to implementing a program that generates revenue to upgrade Department and State technology systems by the consolidation, packaging and sale of information.
ITEM    92    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Special Initiatives
        From General Fund              55,000
        From Revenue Transfer - General Fund Restricted -
            Community Economic Development Project Fund              50,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            World Senior Games         25,000
            Brigham Young Academy Restoration         50,000
            Utah Humanities Council         30,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    93    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Industrial Assistance Fund
        From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance Fund              170,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         170,800
ITEM    94    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Business and Economic Development
        From General Fund              7,270,000
        From Federal Funds              300,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              78,900
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              2,040,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,010,600
            Local Economic Development Initiatives         500,000
            Film Commission         566,800
            International Development         1,213,200
            National Development         604,600
            Advertising/Promotion         249,600
            Business Development         734,100
            Small Business Development Centers         415,000
            Procurement Technical Assistance         822,300
            Technology Development         490,200
            Centers of Excellence         2,850,000
            Office of Veterans Affairs         182,500
            Special Opportunity Fund         50,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    95    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Office of Asian Affairs
        From General Fund              110,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              10,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         125,700
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be

nonlapsing.
ITEM    96    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Office of Polynesian Affairs
        From General Fund              110,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              10,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         125,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    97    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Office of Black Affairs
        From General Fund              110,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              3,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         118,700
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    98    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Office of Hispanic Affairs
        From General Fund              113,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         118,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    99    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Division of Indian Affairs
        From General Fund              200,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         205,700
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    100    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Martin Luther King Commission
        From General Fund              25,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              15,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Martin Luther King Commission         40,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    101    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Travel Development
        From General Fund              3,419,300
        From Transportation Fund              118,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              230,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              100,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         195,100
            Destination Development         202,900
            Internal Development         1,942,400
            External Development         606,900
            Research and Planning         120,000
            Advertising             800,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funding emphasis be given to Utah's Welcome Centers and programs to strengthen local tourism development efforts.
ITEM    102    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Utah State Historical Society
        From Federal Funds              14,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              433,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Utah State Historical Society         448,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    103    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Division of State History
        From General Fund              1,652,800
        From Federal Funds              550,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              101,500
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              375,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         550,000
            Sesquicentennial Coordinating Council         101,500
            Collections and Education         654,100
            History Publications         125,700
            Office of Preservation         807,100
            History Projects         440,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    104    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Division of Fine Arts
        From General Fund              2,594,300
        From Federal Funds              371,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              201,900
        From Revenue Transfer - General Fund Restricted -
            Community Economic Development Project Fund              50,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         821,300
            Grants to Non-Profit Arts Organizations         1,192,000
            Community Arts Outreach and Development         1,204,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that matching Arts Grants funding up to but not exceeding $30,000 be

distributed to each of the following symphonies throughout Utah:
                    Utah Valley Symphony
                    Southwest Symphony and Chorale
                    Rocky Mountain Symphony
ITEM    105    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            State Library Division
        From General Fund              3,472,300
        From Federal Funds              874,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,350,700
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              200,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         800,900
            Blind and Physically Handicapped         1,134,700
            Library Development         2,832,400
            Information Services         1,129,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    106    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Energy Services
        From General Fund              56,800
        From Federal Funds              1,954,600
        From Oil Overcharge - Exxon Fund              1,128,200
        From Oil Overcharge - Stripper Well Fund              1,888,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Institutional Conservation         649,500
            Weatherization Assistance         1,639,700
            State Energy Conservation         864,000
            Energy Technology Demonstration         577,600
            State Building Energy Loan         752,000
            Alternative Fuels - Private         545,600
ITEM    107    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Division of Community Development
        From General Fund              6,106,200
        From Federal Funds              13,477,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,000
        From Permanent Community Impact Fund              459,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Account              650,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,925,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         623,900
            Museum Services         191,600
            Community Assistance         7,869,500
            Pioneer Communities Program         350,400
            Housing Development         7,558,500
            Community Services         2,287,000
            Commission on Volunteers         761,500
            Zoos                 1,730,000
            Homeless Committee         1,250,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Community Services shall act as the state agency responsible for the evaluation and improvement of emergency food services in Utah as permitted by available administrative funding resources.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 1998 funding for Willow Park Zoo be maintained at the FY 1997 level plus $20,000 which is to be used for capital improvements.
ITEM    108    To Department of Community and Economic Development -
            Community Development Capital Budget
        From General Fund              564,100
        From Federal Funds              646,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              12,008,200
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus Account              2,100,000
        From Loan Repayment              8,842,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Emergency Shelter and Supportive Housing         536,400
            Critical Needs Housing         564,100
            Housing Preservation Grant         110,000
            Permanent Community Impact Fund         22,950,600
ITEM    109    To Utah Technology Finance Corporation
        From General Fund              1,250,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,567,400
        From Federal Funds              600,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              3,170,400
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (2,708,200)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Utah Technology Finance Corporation         4,879,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    110    To Utah State Fair Corporation
        From General Fund              270,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,800,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,125,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (500,000)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Utah State Fair Corporation         3,695,000
ITEM    111    To Department of Human Resource Management
        From General Fund              2,709,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              127,600
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              35,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         491,100
            Classification and Compensation         684,400
            Employment Services         584,000
            Flex Benefits         2,600
            Human Resource Management Training         125,000
            Human Resource Streamline         984,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Human Resource Management permanent employee FTE count be maintained at the FY 1997 level or below.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 1998 compensation package for State Employees have retrospective application to June 28, 1997, to coincide with the State payroll period.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the compensation adjustment for FY 1998 is to be 3 percent and allocated as follows: first priority is the benefit rate adjustments; The remainder of the funds are to be used for a cost-of-living adjustment of 2.8 percent.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the market comparability adjustments are to be funded: first, from available turnover and other compensation related savings; second, from available savings in state agency budgets.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the health insurance premium for the Group Insurance Division (PEHP) be increased by 6% for fiscal year 1997-98 and thereafter, the costs of which shall be borne in fiscal year 1997-98 by the allocation of reserves from the Insurance Division Trust Fund. This increase in premium shall be included in the base budget for future years.
ITEM    112    To Career Service Review Board
        From General Fund              140,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Career Service Review Board         140,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Career Service

Review Board permanent employee FTE count be maintained at the FY 1997 level or below.
ITEM    113    To General Fund
        From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance Fund              2,000,000
ITEM    114    To General Fund
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              1,461,300


HEALTH
ITEM    115    To Department of Health -
            Executive Director's Operations
        From General Fund              $7,152,800
        From Federal Funds              2,367,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              786,900
        From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Children's
            Organ Transplant Trust Account              100,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, File Imaging Contract         115,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, Unix User Charges              44,800
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              500,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (500,000)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive Director         3,942,500
            Program Operations         2,844,700
            Health Data Analysis         542,300
            Medical Examiner         1,325,800
            Public Health Data         1,821,800
            Veterans' Nursing Home         89,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health present to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office detailed outcome measures for each budget area in each division within the department. These outcome measures shall be, wherever possible, reported in terms of outcomes achieved with the population served in addition to the report of total numbers served. The Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office shall include the department's report including measurements within its budget presentation on an item by item basis.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health, Department of Human Services, and the Division of Employment Development in the Department of Workforce Services work jointly through the regular budget process to

present program budget overviews for disabilities services and for aging services to be presented to the 1998 Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee. These program budget overviews will include a discussion of the most appropriate and least costly funding options.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department consider utilizing funding within this line item to make up the full-funding level for Health Data Analysis.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Health Data Analysis be audited by the Legislative Auditor General during 1997.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Public Health Data would perform a survey if possible of ethnic health issues within the appropriated FY 1998 budget.
                    In accordance with Section 26-1-6, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Health for FY 1998.
        Office of Health Data Analysis
            Public Use Tapes         
                Inpatient Public Use Tape         
                    File 1    1,250.00
                    File 2    500.00
                    File 3    250.00
                Outpatient Public Use Tape    600.00
                Financial Database    50.00
                Other - as defined by committee    500.00
                Research Data Set         
                    Inpatient Research Data Set    1,500.00
                    HMO Research Data Set -
                        as defined by committee    250.00
            Standard Reports         
                Standard Report 1 - Inpatient    50.00
                Standard Report 2 - Ambulatory Surgery    0.00
                Hospital Financial Report    50.00
            Special Reports    50.00
            Health Information Internet Query System         
                Program/Source Code - Public Sector    6,000.00
                Program/Source Code - Public Sector    10,000.00
                Technical Support, per hour    50.00
            Other Fees
                Data Management Fees for Reprocessing - Data Errors         
                To cover costs of processing resubmissions of data
                with system errors (may be waived as incentive    
                for timely resubmission)    50.00
        Office of the Medical Examiner         
            Autopsy - Non-Jurisdictional Case
                (plus cost of body transportation)    1,000.00
            External Examination, Non-Jurisdictional Case
                (plus transportation)    300.00
            Use of Office of Medical Examiner facility
                and Medical Examiner Assistants, per case    300.00
            Reports
                Jurisdictional Case Next of Kin, first copy
                Physicians, Hospitals, Government Agencies    No Charge
                    External Case    15.00
                    Autopsy Case    20.00
                    Miscellaneous papers    30.00
            Court
                OME Civil Court Case, per hour
                    for preparation, consultation, and
                    appearance, plus transportation and
                    portal to portal expenses.    200.00
                Non OME Criminal Court Case, per hour for
                    preparation, consultation, and appearance,
                    plus transportation and portal to portal
                    expenses.    200.00
                Consultation as Medical Examiner on OME
                    case, including telephone time, per hour    200.00
            Film                                   Color negatives from slides plus cost of film    1.75
                Slide Duplication, plus cost of film    2.50
                Each Video Tape    75.00
                Black and White 8 x 10    5.00
                Black and White 5 x 7    2.50
                Overlays    75.00
                Glass Slides    5.00
                X-rays        5.00
            Use of Tissue Harvest Room         
                Eye        30.00
                Skin Graft    115.00
                Bone        230.00
                Heart Valve    60.00
                Saph Vein    60.00
        Public Health Data
            Birth Certificate
                Initial Copy    12.00
                Additional Copies    5.00
                Affidavit    20.00
                Heritage Birth Certificate    22.00
                Adoption    40.00
            Death Certificate
                Initial Copy    9.00
                Additional Copies    5.00
            Paternity Search    9.00
            Delayed Registration    40.00
            Miscellaneous
                Marriage and Divorce Abstracts    9.00
                Legitimation    28.00
                Adoption Registry    25.00
                Death Research    9.00
                Court Order Name Changes    8.00
                Court Order Paternity    40.00
ITEM    116    To Department of Health -
            Health Systems Improvement
        From General Fund              2,641,300
        From Federal Funds              3,172,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              43,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              450,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue - Emergency Medical Services              1,650,500
        From Revenue Transfer - Comprehensive Emergency Management              90,200
        From Revenue Transfer - Utah Highway Safety Program Office              40,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              1,416,500
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (1,416,500)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Director's Office         344,600
            Emergency Medical Services         2,915,000
            Health Facility Licensure         685,200
            Program Certification and Resident Assessment         3,286,100
            Primary Care and Rural Health Systems         856,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the $350,000 from the Mineral Lease Account for the State Primary Care Grant Program for Underserved Populations be considered nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the fees collected for the purpose of plan reviews by the Bureau of Health Facility Licensure be considered nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 26-1-6, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Health for FY 1998.
        Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
            Registration, Certification and Testing
                Certification Fee
                EMT-Basic    30.00
                All other certifications    10.00
                Recertification Fee    10.00
                Lapsed Certification Fee    15.00                       Written Test Fee         
                    Basic EMT    15.00
                    All other written tests    12.00
            Practical Test Fees
                EMT - Basic Certification Practical    30.00
                EMT - Basic Recertification Practical    50.00
                Paramedic Reciprocity Practical    136.00
                Paramedic Practical Test    40.00
            The fees listed above apply to the following certification         
                levels:
                Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Basic         
                EMT IV                               EMT Intermediate         
                EMT Defibrillator         
                EMT Paramedic         
                Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD)         
                EMT Instructor
                EMD Instructor         
            Original Licensing Application Fee    1,000.00
            Three year relicensure or redesignation fee    100.00
            Annual Permit Fee         
                Each EMS vehicle operated by provider    100.00
                Fleet of EMS vehicles operated by provider    2,000.00
            Original Designation Fee    100.00
            Administrative penalty against a licensed or
                designated EMS provider who violates the
                Utah EMS Systems Act, or a rule, or an order issued
                by the Act    250.00
            Upgrade in level of service         
                Basic-EMT (manual or semi-
                    automatic defibrillator)    100.00
                Basic-EMT IV    100.00
                Intermediate    100.00
                Paramedic    1,000.00
            Trauma Centers - Level I and II         
                Initial Designation/Redesignation Fee    500.00
                            plus all
                            costs
                            associated
                            with
                            American
                            College of
                            Surgeons
                            visit
                Annual Verification Fee    500.00
            Trauma Centers - Level III         
                Initial Designation/Redesignation Fee    3,000.00
                            Includes
                            in-state site
                            visit
                Annual Verification Fee    500.00
            Trauma Centers - Level IV and V         
                Initial Designation/Redesignation Fee    1,500.00
                            Includes
                            in-state site
                            visit
                Annual Verification Fee    250.00
            Course Administration Fee         
                Basic EMT Course    100.00
                Paramedic Course    100.00
                Basic EMT-IV    25.00
                EMT-Intermediate    25.00
                Emergency Medical Dispatch    25.00
            Training Equipment Rental Fees         
                16 MM Films    12.00
                16 MM Projector    17.50
                35 MM Slide Projector    24.50
                35 MM Slide Trays    0.50
                35 MM Slide Sets    24.50
                Air Chisel Rescue Tool Kit    30.00
                Airway Kits    2.50
                All level Ambulance Cot    12.50
                Anatomical Model    24.50
                Automatic Defibrillator Trainer    52.00
                Army Stretchers    2.00
                Backboard Straps and Neckroll    7.00
                Bag Mask Resuscitators    10.50
                Bio-Com Rental    12.00
                Blankets    6.00
                Cardboard Splints    0.50
                Cardiac Monitor and Defibrillator    52.00
                Defibrillator late charge    52.00
                CardioPulsar    2.00
                Compressed Air Cylinder    10.50
                Construction Knives    1.50
                Dual Stethoscope    2.50
                Durawax    1.00
                EMT Course Equipment additional charge
                    per student over 20    12.50
                Complete set, per course    350.00
                EOA Kits    15.00
                ET Tubes    4.00
                Extrication Kit    30.00
                Femur Traction Splint (no Ratchet)    7.50
                Femur Traction Splint (Ratchet)    9.00
                Flip Card File    3.00
                Foam Cervical Collars    1.50
                Folding Blackboard (Metal)    3.50
                Heart Simulator    22.50
                Henrie Knee-Trac    0.50
                Infusion Trainer    6.00
                Intubation Kit    30.00
                Intubation Manikin    8.00
                K-Bar Rescue Tool    6.00
                K.E.D. Splint    3.00
                Laryngoscopes    5.00
                Life Pak 5    52.00
                Long Backboard (Wood)    3.50
                Long Board Leg Splints    1.00
                MAST Trousers    7.50
                Moulage Kit    20.50
                Mr. Hurt    30.00
                OB Kit        8.50
                Obstetrical Manikin    37.50
                Orthopedic Backboard    4.00
                Oxygen Cylinders    15.00
                Oxygen Flowmeter Kit    11.00
                Oxygen Powered Suction Unit    11.00
                Oxygen Powered Demand Valve    20.50
                Patient Assisted Medications Set    10.00
                Pediatric Vascular Access (PVA) Kit    30.00
                Philadelphia Cervical Collars    1.50
                Phones, Sound Powered    1.50
                Pillow and pillowcases    1.50
                Recording Resusci Anne    24.00
                Resusci Anne    17.50
                Resusci Baby    6.00
                Safety Goggles    1.50
                Short Backboard (Metal)    4.00
                Short Backboard (Wood)    3.00
                Skeleton    10.50
                Sphygmomanometer    4.00
                Spray Bottles    0.50
                Stethoscopes    2.50
                Thomas Half Ring    3.00
                Video Tapes    4.50
                New Instructor Course Registration    125.00
                Course Coordinator Course Registration    25.00
                Instructor Course Registration    125.00
                Training Officer Course Registration    25.00
                EMSC Video    20.00
                EMSC Pediatric Prehospital Care Course    60.00
                PALS Instructor Course    25.00
                EMSC Video - Basic Assessment    25.00
                EMSC Video - Respiratory    30.00
                EMSC Video - Shock and Shock Management    30.00
                EMSC Video - Child Abuse and SIDS    50.00
                EMSC CPR Course    15.00
            Late Fee - the department may assess a late fee for
                equipment at the daily fee plus 50% of the daily
                fee for every day the equipment is late.         
            Training Supplies and Accessories         
                Charge for course supplies and accessories to be
                based upon most recent acquisition cost plus 20%
                rounded up to the nearest $.10 (computed quarterly),
                FOB Salt Lake City, Utah.         
        Bureau of Health Facility Licensure         
            Annual License Fees         
                A base fee of $75.00 plus the appropriate
                fee as indicated below applies to any new or
                renewal license.    75.00
            Change Fee             
                A fee of $75.00 is charged to providers making         
                changes to their existing license.    75.00
            Hospitals             
                Fee per Licensed Bed - accredited beds    11.00
                Non-accredited beds    14.00
            Nursing Care Facilities, and Small Health Care Facilities         
                Licensed Bed    10.00
            Residential Care Facilities         
                Licensed Bed    8.00
            End Stage Renal Disease Centers (ESRDs)         
                Licensed Station    60.00
            Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Centers
                (per facility)    1,000.00
            Birthing Centers, and Abortion Clinics
                (per licensed unit)    200.00
            Hospice Agencies    500.00
            Home Health Agencies    500.00
            Mammography Screening Facilities    200.00
            Assisted Living         
                Licensed Bed    9.00
            The fee for each satellite and branch office of
                current licensed facility    75.00
            Late Fee                           Licensed providers are responsible for submitting a         
            completed application form, fire clearance (where         
            applicable) and fees 15 days prior to expiration of         
            the licence. Late fee will be assessed if fees,         
            application and fire clearance re not received by the         
            license expiration date.         
                Within 14 days of expiration of license         30% scheduled fee
                Within 30 days of expiration of license         60% scheduled fee
            New Provider/Change in Ownership Applications         
                A $500.00 fee will be assessed for services         
                rendered providers seeking initial licensure to         
                or change of ownership to cover the cost of         
                processing the application, staff consultation,         
                review of facility policies, initial inspection, etc.         
                This fee will be due at the time of application.          
            Residential Care - Limited Capacity/Change of         
                Ownership Applications:         
                A $250.00 application fee will be assessed for         
                services rendered to providers seeking initial         
                licensure or change of ownership to cover the         
                cost of processing the application, staff         
                consultation and initial inspection. This fee will         
                be due at the time of application.         
            If an application is terminated or delayed during the         
                application process a fee based on services         
                rendered will be retained as follows:         
                    Policy and Procedure Review - 50% of total fee.         
                    Onsite inspections - 90% of the total fee.         
            Plan Review and Inspection Fees          
                Hospitals:
                    Number of Beds         
                        Up to 16    1,500.00
                        17 to 50    3,500.00
                        51 to 100    5,000.00
                        101 to 200    6,000.00
                        201 to 300    7,000.00
                        301 to 400    8,000.00
                        Over 400, base fee    8,000.00
                        Over 400, each additional bed    50.00
                    In the case of complex or unusual hospital plans, the Bureau of Health Facility Licensure will negotiate with the

provider an appropriate plan review fee at the start of the review process based on the best estimate of the review time involved and the standard hourly review rate.
                Nursing Care Facilities and Small Health Care Facilities         
                    Number of Beds         
                        Up to 5    650.00
                        6 to 16    1,000.00
                        17 to 50    2,250.00
                        51 to 100    4,000.00
                        101 to 200    5,000.00
                New Residential Care Facilities          
                    Number of Beds         
                        Up to 5    350.00
                        6 to 16    675.00
                        17 to 50    1,500.00
                        51 to 100    2,675.00
                        101 to 200    3,350.00
                Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical Facilities,
                    per operating room    750.00
                Other Freestanding Ambulatory Facilities,
                    including Birthing Centers, Abortion Clinics,
                    and similar facilities, per service unit    250.00
                End Stage Renal Disease Facilities,
                    per service unit    100.00
                Assisted Living         
                    Number of Beds         
                        Up to 5    500.00
                        6 to 16    900.00
                        17 to 50    1,800.00
                        51 to 100    3,000.00
                        101 to 200    4,200.00
                    Each additional inspection required (beyond the two covered by the fees listed above) or each additional

inspection requested by the facility shall cost $100.00 plus .30 cents per mile, for travel to and from the site by a Department representative.
            Plan Review and Inspection Fees for Remodels of Licensed    
                Facilities
                The plan review fee for remodeling an area of a currently    
                operating licensed facility that does not involve an         
                addition of beds, operating room, service units, or other    
                clinic type facilities.         
                    Hospitals, Freestanding Surgery Facilities,         
                        per square foot    0.16
                    All others excluding Home Health Agencies,         
                        per square foot    0.14
                    Each required on-site inspection,
                        base fee    100.00
                    Each required on-site inspection,
                        per mile traveled    0.30
            Other Plan-Review Fee Policies         
                    If an existing facility has obtained an exemption from the requirement to submit preliminary and working drawings, or other information regarding compliance with applicable construction rules, the Department may conduct a detailed on-site inspection in lieu of the plan review. The fee for this will be $100.00, plus $0.28 per mile traveled. A facility that uses plans and specifications previously reviewed and approved by the Department will be charged 60 percent of the scheduled plan review fee. Thirty cents per square foot will be charged for review of facility additions or remodels that house special equipment such as CAT scanner or linear accelerator. If a project is terminated or delayed during the plan review process, a fee based on services rendered will be retained as follows:
                    Preliminary drawing review-25% of the total fee.

Working drawings and specifications review-80% of the total fee. If the project is delayed beyond 12 months from the date of the State's last review the applicant must re- submit plans and pay a new plan review fee in order to renew the review action.        
            Health Care Facility Licensure Rules.    Cost plus mailing
                (Licensees receive one copy of each newly         
                published edition of applicable Health Care         
                Facility Licensure Rules. Additional copies of         
                the rules will reflect the cost of printing and         
                mailing.)         
            Certificate of Authority -         
                Health Maintenance Organization
                    New Application    500.00
            Child Care Licensing Fees *         
                Child Care Center    25.00
                Child Care Center, per cap    1.50
                Family Child Care Center    25.00
                Family Child Care Center, per cap    1.50
            * These fees applicable only if House Bill 113 passes.
ITEM    117    To Department of Health -
            Health Systems Improvement
        From General Fund              200,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Nursing Education Financial Assistance         200,000
ITEM    118    To Department of Health -
            Health Systems Improvement
        From General Fund              310,000
        From Federal Funds              100,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Physician Loan Repayment Program and Scholarship Fund         410,000
ITEM    119    To Department of Health -
            Epidemiology and Laboratory Services
        From General Fund              4,380,300
        From Federal Funds              2,798,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,570,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Agriculture              500
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Commerce              400
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Corrections              36,800
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Environmental Quality,
            Environmental testing              47,600
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health              700
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, TB Contract              58,800
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, HIV Contract              96,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, Hepatitis Contract              1,900
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services,
            Refugee TB treatment              82,700
        From Revenue Transfer - State Office of Education,
            Summer Food Program              16,200
        From Revenue Transfer - National Guard              600
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Natural Resources              2,600
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Public Safety              300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              234,700
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (234,700)         Schedule of Programs:
            Director's Office         584,600     
            Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology         1,852,200
            Laboratory Improvement         656,600
            Microbiology         1,588,400
            HIV/AIDS/Tuberculosis Control/Refugee Health         2,777,300
            Epidemiology         1,213,900
            Environmental Services         421,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Epidemiology and Laboratory Services may receive donated laboratory equipment and shall use such donated equipment for the purpose of promoting and protecting the

public health.
                    In accordance with Section 26-1-6, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Health for FY 1998.
        Bureau of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology         
            Chain of Custody Sample Handling    10.00
            Priority Handling of Samples (Surcharge)         
                Minimum charge    10.00
            Expert Preparation Time (Research), per hour    25.00
            Expert Witness Fee (Portal to Portal), per hour    50.00
            Drinking Water Tests
                Lead and Copper (Metals Type 8)    28.00
                Drinking Water Organic Contaminants
                    THMs EPA Method 502    75.00
                    Maximum Total Potential THM
                        Method 502    80.00
                Other Drinking Water Organic Tests:         
                    Haloacetic Acids Method 6251B    170.00
                    Haloacetonitriles Method 551    150.00
                    TOX    100.00
                    Chlorate    30.00
                    Chloral Hydrate    75.00
                    Bromide    30.00
                    UV Absorption    15.00
                    TOC    30.00
                    ICR Group (Chemistry)    595.00
                    ICR Group (Chemistry Cryptospordium/
                        Giardia)    870.00
                    ICR Group (Chemistry Cryptospordium/
                        Giardia, Viruses)    1,520.00
                Primary Inorganics and Heavy Metals         
                     (Type 9 Chemistry) (18 parameters)    250.00
                New Drinking Water Sources         
                    (Total Inorganic Chemistry - 46 parameters)    525.00
                Drinking Water Inorganic Tests:         
                    Nitrate    20.00
                    Nitrite    20.00
                Asbestos - subcontract price plus         
                    handling fee    200.00
                VOCs (combined regulated and unregulated)    190.00
                VOCs (Unregulated List 1 & List 3)    190.00
                Pesticides (combined regulated
                    and unregulated)    875.00
                2,3,7,8-TCDD (Dioxin) Subcontract Price
                    plus handling fee    400.00
                Pesticides (List II: 10 unregulated contaminants)    650.00
                Unregulated Organics (Lists 1, 2 & 3)    825.00
                Unregulated VOC List 1 (by itself)    190.00
                Unregulated VOC List 3 (by itself)    190.00
                Unregulated VOC List 1 & 3    190.00
                Inorganics Tests (per sample for
                    preconcentration)    15.00
            Type 1 - Individual water chemistry parameters         
                Alkalinity (Total)    9.00
                Aluminum    17.00
                Ammonia    16.00
                Antimony    17.00
                Arsenic        17.00
                Barium        12.00
                Beryllium    12.00
                BOD5        30.00
                Boron        12.00
                Cadmium    17.00
                Calcium    12.00
                Chromium    17.00
                Chloride    8.00
                Chloride (IC)    40.00
                Chlorophyll A    20.00
                COD        20.00
                Color        20.00
                Copper        12.00
                Cyanide        45.00
                Fluoride    9.00
                Iron        12.00
                Langlier Index (Calculation: pH, calcium,
                    TDS, alkalinity)    5.00
                Lead        17.00
                Magnesium    12.00
                Manganese    12.00
                Mercury    25.00
                Molybdenum    12.00
                Nickel        17.00
                Nitrogen, Total Kjeldahl (TKN)    30.00
                Nitrate        20.00
                Nitrite        20.00
                Nitrate and Nitrite    12.00
                Odor        25.00
                pH            5.00
                Phosphate, ortho     20.00
                Phosphorus, total    15.00
                Potassium    12.00
                Selenium    17.00
                Silica        11.00
                Silver        17.00
                Sodium        12.00
                Solids, Total dissolved (TDS)    13.00
                Solids, Total Suspended (TSS)    13.00
                Solids, Settable (SS)    13.00
                Solids, Total Volatile    15.00
                Solids, Percent    13.00
                Solids, Residual Suspended    25.00
                Specific Conductance    9.00
                Surfactants    60.00
                Sulfate        11.00
                Sulfide        40.00
                Thallium    17.00
                Turbidity    10.00
                Vanadium    12.00
                Zinc        12.00
            Inorganic Chemistry Groups:         
                Type 2 - Partial Chemistry         
                     (19 Major Anions/Cations)    110.00
                Type 4 - Total Surface Water Chemistry
                    (33 parameters, Metals are dissolved)    270.00
                Type 5 - Total Surface Water Chemistry
                    (33 parameters as in Type 4, Metals
                    are acid soluble)    270.00
                Type 6 - Total Surface Water Chemistry
                    (33 parameters as in Type 4, Metals
                    are totals)    270.00
            Metals Tests:
                Type 1 - Metals
                    (Tissues, Paint, Sediment, Soil)    16.00
                Sample preparation    20.00
                Type 2 - Acid Soluble Metals          
                    (12 Metals - Acidified, Unfiltered Water -
                    No Digestion)    145.00
                Type 3 - Dissolved metals (12 Metals -
                    No Digestion)    145.00
                Type 7 - Total Metals In Water (12 Metals -
                    Digested)    195.00
            Nutrient Tests:              
                Type 9 - 5 parameters    90.00
            Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5) tests:         
                Type 4 - BOD5 Total Suspended Solids    35.00
                Type 5 - BOD5 Soluble BOD5,
                    Total Suspended Solids    60.00
            Organics Tests              
                BTEX (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene)    75.00
                Chlorinated Acid Herbicides (615)         
                    Water or Soil    250.00
                Chlorinated Pesticides and PCBs (608)         
                    Water or Soil    175.00
                Chlorophyll A    20.00
                Ethylene Glycol in water     75.00
                Aldehydes (Air) TO-11    85.00
                Oil and Grease    150.00
                Organophosphate Pesticides (614)    150.00
                PCBs in oil    75.00
                PCE        75.00
                Phenols (Total)    50.00
                Aromatic VOCs (602)    75.00
                EPA Method 625 Base/Neutral Acids by GC/MS    400.00
                Total Organic Carbon (TOC)    30.00
                Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (non-BTEX)    75.00
                Triazine Herbicides (619)    150.00
                Volatiles (Purgeables - EPA Method 624)    200.00
                EPA Method 505 PCB and
                    Organochlorine Pesticides    150.00
                EPA Method 531.1 N-Methy Carbamates and          
                    Carbamoylox imes    200.00
                EPA Method 515.1 Chlorinated Acids
                    and Herbicides    200.00
                EPA Method 525.2 Semivolatiles
                    (A/B/Na) by GC/MS    350.00
                EPA Method 524.2 VOCs (Volatiles Purge
                    and Trap) by GC/MS    190.00
                Miscellaneous Organic Chemistry    by quote
                TCLP - Extraction procedure
                    Grease, paint, oil    180.00
                     Solid    100.00
                TCLP Zero Headspace Extraction (ZHE)    160.00
            Radiochemistry              
                Gross alpha or beta     60.00
                Gross alpha and beta    60.00
                Radium226, (Deemanation)    125.00
                Radium228, (ppt/separation)    155.00
                Uranium (Total Activity)    100.00
                Radon by Liquid Scintillation    75.00
                Tritium        75.00
                Gamma Spectroscopy By HPGe          
                    (water and solid samples.) Analysis
                    includes nuclide identification
                    and quantitation, per nuclide    75.00
            Toxicology                  
                Alcohol in Beverage or Urine    25.00
                Blood alcohol    40.00
                Blood or Tissue Drug Analysis    200.00
                Blood Cannabinoids    200.00
                Cannabinoid (Marijuana) ADX Screen (Urine)    25.00
                Cannabinoids ADX Screen (Blood)    30.00
                Cocaine ADX Screen     25.00
                Confirmation of positive drug screens    50.00
                Confirmation of positive urine cannabinoid screen    60.00
                Drug preparations (identification or quantitation)    50.00
                Expert testimony (portal to portal), per hour    50.00
                Opiate ADX Screen    25.00
            Blood Alcohol Kit    30.00
            Urine Drug Kit    30.00
        Bureau of Laboratory Improvement         
            Environmental Laboratory Certification         
                Annual certification fee (chemistry
                    and/or microbiology)
                    Utah laboratories    350.00
                    Out of state laboratories
                        (plus travel expenses)    700.00
                    Reciprocal certification fee    250.00
                    Certification change fee    50.00
                Safe Drinking Water by Analyte and Method         
                    Microbiological - Each Method    20.00
                    Inorganic test procedure each method         
                        Group I    10.00
                        Group II    20.00
                    Miscellaneous each method         
                        Group I    10.00
                        Group II    15.00
                        Group III    20.00
                    Organic Compounds each method         
                        Group I    30.00
                        Group II    50.00
                        Group III    60.00
                        Group IV    120.00
                    Radiological each method    25.00
                Clean Water by Analyte and Method         
                    Microbiological each method    20.00
                    Inorganic test procedure each method
                        Group I    10.00
                        Group II    15.00
                        Group III    20.00
                    Organic Compounds each method
                        Group I    50.00
                        Group II    100.00
                        Group III    120.00
                    Radiological each method    25.00
                RCRA by Analyte and Method         
                    Microbiological each method    20.00
                    Inorganic test procedure each method         
                        Group I    10.00
                        Group II    20.00
                    Miscellaneous Groups each method         
                        Group I    20.00
                        Group II    25.00
                        Group III    30.00
                        Group IV    36.00
                    Radiological each method    25.00
                    Hazardous Waste Characteristics each method    20.00
                    Sample Extraction Procedures each method
                        Group I    15.00
                        Group II    20.00
                        Group III    50.00
                    Organic Compounds each method
                        Group I    50.00
                        Group II    60.00
                        Group III    100.00
                    Other Programs Analytes by Method    100.00
                    Each individual analyte by each specific method *Laboratories applying for certification are subject to the annual certification fee, plus the fee listed for each category in each they are to be certified. Permits for authorized individuals to withdraw blood for the purpose of determining alcohol or drug content.
                    Triennial fee    20.00
                Impounded Animals Use Certification         
                    Annual fee    300.00
        Bureau of Microbiology         
            Immunology                               HIV Ab, HBsAg    15.00
                HIV Ab, HBsAb    20.00
                Hepatitis B Surface Antigen(HBsAg)    6.00
                Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb)    15.00
                HIV-1 - Antibody (Note: this test includes a
                    confirmatory Western Blot if needed)    10.00
                HIV-1 - Confirmation (Note: this is for a
                    Western Blot only, a reactive EIA is
                    not required)    30.00
                Hantavirus    40.00
                Syphilis RPR    5.00
                Syphilis FTA    7.00
                Rubella immune status    10.00
                HIV prostitute law - research and testimony,
                    per hour    100.00
                Chain of Custody sample surcharge    10.00
                Samples for research    5.00
            Virology                                   Herpes culture    10.00
                Viral typing    135.00
                Verotoxin bioassay    25.00
                Gonorrhea (GenProbe collection kit req.)    4.50
                Chlamydia (GenProbe collection kit req.)    6.00
                GenProbe collection kit    2.50
                Rabies        75.00
                CMV culture    10.00
            Bacteriology
                Clinical
                    Enteric pathogens (Salmonella, Shigella,
                        Campylobacter, and E. coli O157:H7)    10.00
                    Strep culture and typing    5.00
                    Bordetella DFA    15.00
                    TB (bone marrow and blood samples only)    10.00
                    Direct TB test    300.00
                    Ova and parasites    25.00
            Environmental              
                Bulk asbestos determination    30.00
                Drinking water bacteriology    10.00
                Swimming pool bacteriology (MF and HPC)    25.00
                Polluted water bacteriology per parameter    10.00
                Environmental legionella (swab)    7.00
                Environmental legionella (water)    30.00
                Water Microbiology         
                    Drinking water parasitology
                        (Cryptosporidium and Giardia)    275.00
                    Flow Proportioner, per day    25.00
                    Pump, per day    10.00
                    Drinking water virology
                        (not including filter)    650.00
                    MPA    200.00
                    Bacillus subtilis    50.00
                    Bacteriophage    100.00
                Food Microbiology         
                    Total and fecal coliform    20.00
                    Plate count, per dilution    15.00
                    pH and water activity    15.00
                Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus
                    aureus, and Bacillus cereus culture    75.00
                Clostridium perfringens, Staphylococcus
                    aureus, and Bacillus cereus toxin assay    270.00
                Salmonella isolation and speciation    205.00
                Shigella isolation and speciation    50.00
                Campylobacter isolation and speciation    65.00
                Listeria isolation and speciation    140.00
                E. coli O157:H7    90.00
                Botulism toxin assay    125.00
                Environmental swab    12.00
                Coliform count    20.00
            Newborn Screening:         
                Routine first and follow-up screening    21.00
                Diet Monitoring    7.00
        Bureau of HIV/AIDS Tuberculosis Control/Refugee Health         
            Notification and post-test counseling of patients involved in    
                an emergency medical services (EMS) body fluid         
                exposure.              
            Counseling of an individual with a positive
                HIV antibody test.    Cost recovery
            Notification of an individual with a negative
                HIV antibody test by phone.    6.00
            Notification of an individual with a negative
                HIV antibody test by certified letter
                and phone.    10.00
            Counseling and Testing Workshops    385.00
            HIV/AIDS education presentations:         
                AIDS 101    40.00
                Business Responds to AIDS    40.00
                Speaker Training    195.00
                Emergency Medical Services    57.00
            Other                      
                The Laboratory performs a variety of tests under contract and in volume to other agencies of government. The charge for these services is determined according to the type of services and the test volume, and is based on the cost to the Laboratory and therefore may be lower than the fee schedule. Because of changing needs, the Laboratory receives requests for new tests or services that are impossible to anticipate and list fully in a standard fee

schedule. Charges for these services are authorized and are to be based on costs.
ITEM    120    To Department of Health -
             Community and Family Health Services
        From General Fund              10,667,800
        From Federal Funds              46,578,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              10,617,800
        From Revenue Transfer - Division of Health Care Financing,              
            Medicaid Dental Review              8,600
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, Baby Your Baby              97,300
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, Medicaid Nursing Training         10,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Division of Health Care Financing,
            Pregnancy Riskline              30,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services, Child Fatality Review         10,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services, Foster Care Program         317,700
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Public Safety,
            Pedestrian Safety              20,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Public Safety, Youth Alcohol         30,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Director's Office         245,800
            Support Services         2,566,700
            Health Education         4,560,000
            Maternal and Child Health         43,576,600
            Chronic Disease          2,518,200
            Children with Special Health Care Needs         14,920,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the FACT funding for FY 1998 be used to experiment on a community full- service delivery system level to provide data on the merits of moving the concept to a fully-implemented system statewide.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding for second dose Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) be considered nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health implement the parent fee schedule for the Early Intervention program in such a way as to minimize the administrative burden of the income determination and payment process on both clients and local providers. The Department will evaluate the impact of the parent fee schedule on consumer participation in, and satisfaction with, the Early Intervention services. The results of this evaluation will be reported to the Health and Human Services Appropriations Committee during the 1998 Legislative General Session.
                    In accordance with Section 26-1-6, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Health for FY 1998.
        Health Education
            Healthy Utah
                Participant Fee per person (testing)    50.00
                Health Risk Appraisal    2.00
                Nutrition Computer Profile    2.00
                Mini sessions (per person)    15.00
                Wellness Connection Seminars (per seminar)    150.00
                Worksite Wellness Programs (per person)    10.00
                Smoking Cessation Classes (per person)    10.00
                Weight Management Classes (per person)    60.00
        Chronic Disease
                Cancer Control Program         
                    Maximum fee charged    25.00
                    Sliding Fee Schedule attached.
                (Charges for exams are assessed on a sliding scale based on income and family size with charges ranging from $0 to $25.)
            Cardiovascular Disease Program         
        Cholesterol/Hypertension Control         
                Cooking Demonstration (per person)    2.00
                Blood Pressure Standardization Class    5.00
                Cholesterol Procedure Manual    10.00
                Relaxation Tape Only    5.00
                Booklets    
                    "So You Have High Blood Cholesterol"    1.50
                    "Eating to Lower Your High
                        Blood Cholesterol"    1.50
                    "Eat for Life, the Low Fat,
                        Low Cholesterol Way"    0.25
                Total Cholesterol/HDL Testing    10.00
                Total Lipid Profile (special audience only)    15.00
                (No fees are charged to local health departments.          
                However, private agencies are charged for class         
                materials and instructor services.)         
                5-A-Day                               Adult White T-shirt    10.00
                    Adult Colored T-shirt    12.00
                    Adult Sweat Shirt    20.00
                    Children's T-shirt    8.00
                    Aprons    8.00
                    Food Pyramid Poster    1.50
                    Posters    1.00
                    Poster Sets    30.00
                    Refrigerator Magnets (food pyramid)    0.15
                    Tool Kit    10.00
        Children with Special Health Care Needs         
        Note: The schedule of charges for Children with Special Health    
        Care Needs services provided by the Division of Community    
        and Family Health Services represents commonly performed    
        procedures by CPT code and is consistent with charges by the    
        private sector. The list is not intended to be comprehensive as    
        the Division is mandated to assign a charge for all services    
        performed and there is potentially an unlimited number of         
        procedures that could be provided. If unlisted services are         
        performed, charges consistent with the private sector will be    
        assigned. For FY 1998, an increase of 0 percent is projected based    
        on the Medical Inflation Rate for FY 1997 for physician         
        services determined by the Utah Department of Health,         
        Division of Health Care Financing.         
        Patient Care                 
            Office Visit, New Patient         
                99201 Problem focused, straightforward     41.00
                99202 Expanded problem, straightforward     52.00
                99203 Detailed, low complexity     77.00
                99204 Comprehensive, Moderate complexity    103.00
                99205 Comprehensive, high complexity    120.00
            Office Visit, Established Patient         
                99211 Minimal Service or non-MD    14.00
                99212 Problem focused, straightforward    37.00
                99213 Expanded problem, low complexity    51.00
                99214 Detailed, moderate complexity     62.00
                99215 Comprehensive, high complexity     94.00
                99241 Consult    63.00
                99242 Consult Exp.    77.00
                99244 Consult Comprehensive    124.00
                99271 Consult Confirmatory    22.00
                99361 Med Conference by Phys/Int Dis Team    63.00
            Well Child Care         
                99382 Initial Eval & Mgt. 1 - 4    77.00
                99383 Initial Eval & Mgt. 5 - 11    77.00
                99384 Initial Eval & Mgt. 12 - 17    77.00
            Psychological         
                96110 Developmental Test    64.00
                90801 Diagnostic Exam, per hour    130.00
                90830 Psych Test, per hour    130.00
                90841 Individual Psychotherapy    66.00
                90846 Family Med Psychotherapy, w/o 30 minutes    48.00
                90847 Family Med Psychotherapy,
                    conjoint 30 minutes    130.00
                90882 Environmental Intervention
                    w/Agencies Employers, etc.    37.00
            Physical and Occupational Therapy         
                97110 Therapeutic Procedure, 15 minutes    24.00
                97535 Self-Home Mgt (ADL), 15 minutes    24.00
                97703 Check Out, Orthotic/Prosthetic Use    24.00
            Speech                 
                92506 Speech Basic    75.00
            Ophthalmologic, New Patient         
                92002 Ophthalmologic, Intermediate    55.00
                92004 Ophthalmologic, Comprehensive    74.00
            Ophthalmologic, Established Patient         
                92012 Ophthalmologic, Intermediate    50.00
                92014 Ophthalmologic, Comprehensive    69.00
            Audiology             
                92551 Audiometry, Pure Tone Screen    30.00
                92552 Audiometry, Pure Tone Threshold    32.00
                92553 Audiometry, Air and Bone    40.00
                92557 Basic Comprehension, Audiometry    72.00
                92567 Tympanometry    16.00
                92582 Conditioning Play Audiometry    72.00
                92589 Central Auditory Function    78.00
                92591 Hearing Aid Exam Binaural    98.00
                92587 Evaluation of Alternate
                    Communication Device    33.00
                92596 Ear Mold    40.00
                92579 Visual Reinforcement Audio    31.00
                92593 Hearing Aid Check, Binaural    88.00

COMMUNITY AND FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES
SLIDING FEE SCHEDULE - FY 1998
Patient's Financial
Responsibility (PFR) 0% 0% 20% 40% 60% 100%
% of Federal 0% to 133% to 150% to 185% to
Poverty Guideline 100% 133% 150% 185% 225% >225%
FAMILY SIZE MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME
1 $645 - $0 - $859 - $969 - $1,194 - $1,452 -
858 968 1,193 1,451 and up
2 863 - 0 - 1,149 - 1,296 - 1,598 - 1,944 -
1,148 1,295 1,597 1,943 and up
3 1,082 - 0 - 1,440 - 1,624 - 2,002 - 2,435 -
1,439 1,623 2,001 2,434 and up
4 1,300 - 0 - 1,730 - 1,951 - 2,406 - 2,926 -
1,729 1,950 2,405 2,925 and up
5 1,518 - 0 - 2,020 - 2,279 - 2,810 - 3,417 -
2,019 2,278 2,809 3,416 and up
6 1,737 - 0 - 2,311 - 2,606 - 3,214 - 3,909 -
2,310 2,605 3,213 3,908 and up
7 1,955 - 0 - 2,601 - 2,934 - 3,618 - 4,400 -
2,600 2,933 3,617 4,399 and up
8 2,173 - 0 - 2,892 - 3,261 - 4,022 - 4,891 -
2,891 3,260 4,021 4,890 and up
Each Additional
Family Member 218 290 327 404 491 491
NOTE: This FHS fee schedule is based on official poverty levels
published in the Federal Register March 4, 1996, Vol. 61 no. 43, p.
8286-8288. When new poverty guidelines are published, the fee scale
will be changed as required by law, Title V of the Social Security Act,
and in accordance with guidelines published by the Department of
Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary.


BREAST AND CERVICAL EXAMINATIONS
SLIDING FEE SCHEDULE - FY 1998
For Ages 18 - 49
Qualifying Ages: 18 - 49 40 - 49
Patients Financial Responsibility full exam $5.00 $10.00 $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 Free Mammogram Voucher
Federal Income 150% 170% 190% 210% 230% 250%
FAMILY SIZE ANNUAL FAMILY INCOME
1 $0 - $11,611 - $13,159 - $14,707 - $16,255 - $17,802 -
11,610 13,158 14,706 16,254 and up or less
2 0 - 15,541 - 17,613 - 19,685 - 21,757 - 23,828 -
15,540 17,612 19,684 21,756 and up or less
3 0 - 19,471 - 22,067 - 24,663 - 27,259 - 29,854 -
19,470 22,066 24,662 27,258 and up or less
4 0 - 23,401 - 26,521 - 29,641 - 32,761 - 35,850 -
23,400 26,520 29,640 32,760 and up or less
5 0 - 27,331 - 30,975 - 34,619 - 38,263 - 41,906 -
27,330 30,974 34,618 38,262 and up or less
6 0 - 31,261 - 35,429 - 39,597 - 43,765 - 47,932 -
31,260 35,428 39,596 43,764 and up or less
7 0 - 35,191 - 39,883 - 44,575 - 49,267 - 53,958 -
35,190 39,882 44,574 49,266 and up or less
8 0 - 39,121 - 44,337 - 49,553 - 54,769 - 59,984 -
39,120 44,336 49,552 54,768 and up or less
Breast Exam Only $2.50 $5.00 $7.50 $10.50 $12.50
Pap and Pelvic Only $3.75 $7.50 $11.25 $15.00 $18.75
Annual Income if defined as Annual Family Income including pensions and Social Security. For families with
more than 8 members, multiply 2,620 by the number of additional dependents and add to 26,080 then multiply by
the appropriate income percentage.
Example: 10 member family at 200% of income guideline
2,620 x 2 = 5,240 5,240 + 26,080 = 31,320 31,320 x 210% = 65,772
$20.00 Patient Financial Responsibility and free mammogram (age 40-49)clinic fee and free mammogram
NOTE: This FHS fee schedule is based on official poverty levels published in the Federal Register February 27,
1996, p. 8286. When new poverty guidelines are published, the fee scale will be changed as required by law, Title
V of the Social Security Act, and in accordance with guidelines published by the Department of Health and Human
Services, Office of the Secretary.
BREAST AND CERVICAL EXAMINATIONS
SLIDING FEE SCHEDULE - FY 1998
For Ages 50 and over
Clinic Fee Full Exam $0.00 $25.00
Federal Income 250% over 250%
FAMILY SIZE ANNUAL FAMILY INCOME
1 $0 - $17,803 -
17,802 and up
2 0 - 23,829 -
23,828 and up
3 0 - 29,855 -
29,854 and up
4 0 - 35,851 -
35,850 and up
5 0 - 41,908 -
41,907 and up
6 0 - 47,933 -
47,932 and up
7 0 - 53,959 -
53,958 and up
8 0 - 59,985 -
59,984 and up
Breast Exam Only $0.00 $12.50
Pap and Pelvic Only $0.00 $18.75
Annual Income if defined as Annual Family Income
including pensions and Social Security. For families with more than 8 members,
multiply 2,620 by the number of additional dependents and add to 26,080
then multiply by the appropriate income percentage.
Example: 10 member family at 200% of income guideline
2,620 x 2 = 5,240 5,240 + 26,080 = 31,320
31,320 x 250% = 78,300 $0.00 clinic fee and free


COMMUNITY AND FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES
EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM
SLIDING FEE SCHEDULE - FY 1998
FEE: $50.00 per month
Patient's Financial
Responsibility (PFR) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
% of Federal 185% to 225% to 250% to 275% to
Poverty Guideline <185% 225% 250% 275% 300% >300%
FAMILY SIZE MONTHLY FAMILY INCOME
1 $1,193 - $1,194 - $1,452 - $1,614 - $1,775 - $1,936 -
1,451 1,613 1,774 1,935 and up
2 1,597 - 1,598 - 1,943 - 2,159 - 2,374 - 2,590 -
1,942 2,158 2,373 2,589 and up
3 2,002 - 2,003 - 2,436 - 2,706 - 2,977 - 3,247 -
2,435 2,705 2,976 3,246 and up
4 2,405 - 2,406 - 2,926 - 3,251 - 3,576 - 3,901 -
2,925 3,250 3,575 3,900 and up
5 2,808 - 2,809 - 3,417 - 3,796 - 4,176 - 4,555 -
3,416 3,795 4,175 4,554 and up
6 3,213 - 3,214 - 3,909 - 4,344 - 4,778 - 5,212 -
3,908 4,343 4,777 5,211 and up
7 3,617 - 3,618 - 4,400 - 4,889 - 5,377 - 5,866 -
4,399 4,888 5,376 5,865 and up
8 4,020 - 4,021 - 4,891 - 5,434 - 5,977 - 6,520 -
4,890 5,433 5,976 6,519 and up
Each Additional
Family Member 404 491 545 600 654 654


ITEM    121    To Department of Health -
            Division of Health Care Financing
        From General Fund              9,120,800
        From Federal Funds              23,686,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              677,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Facility Account              31,900
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Health, Baby Your Baby              37,700
        From Revenue Transfer - Medical Assistance              431,500
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services, Child and Family Services         40,100
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services, Eligibility Services         310,000
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services,
            Program Contracts              9,128,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            Director's Office         3,237,300
            Financial Services         2,775,600
            Managed Health Care         1,904,100
            Medicaid Operations         1,931,000
            Eligibility Services         9,002,500
            Coverage and Reimbursement         2,014,200
            Contracts             21,307,500
            Utah Medical Assistance Program         1,291,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Health Care Financing may expend up to $10,000 of the General Funds allocated for Medical Assistance to provide emergent medical-related services for persons not qualified for Medicaid or the Utah Medical Assistance Program.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds collected in FY 1997 in the Division of Health Care Financing from the Utah Medical Assistance Program Dental Clinic for services provided are nonlapsing.
ITEM    122    To Department of Health -
            Medical Assistance
        From General Fund              132,017,800
        From Federal Funds              477,211,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              20,144,800
        From General Fund Restricted -Medicaid Hospital Provider
            Temporary Assessment Account              6,335,900
        From General Fund Restricted - Medicaid Restricted Account              1,750,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Facility Account              3,681,700
        From Revenue Transfer - Department of Human Services,
            Services Seeding - State Match              23,760,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            Medicaid Base Program         574,750,300
            Title XIX funding for Human Services         85,133,600
            Utah Medical Assistance Program         5,017,800
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health will review with the Interim Executive Appropriations Committee any Medicaid Program reductions or additions.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that any funds remaining in the Medicaid Restricted Account at the beginning of FY 1998 may be used to reduce the total tax assessment provided by House Bill 331.
ITEM    123    To Health Policy Commission
        From General Fund              270,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Health Policy Commission         270,100


HUMAN SERVICES AND HEALTH
HUMAN SERVICES
ITEM    124    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
        From General Fund              7,897,500
        From Federal Funds              13,420,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              38,700
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health -
            Medical Assistance              488,000
        From Revenue Transfers -Utah State University              25,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Departmental Divisions              2,198,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              599,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (599,000)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Executive Director         2,080,300
            Administrative Hearings         366,700
            Information Technology         3,987,000
            Administrative Support         4,000,500
            Fiscal Operations         2,321,400
            Human Resource Management         1,331,900
            Local Discretionary Funds         1,851,200
            Special Projects         904,000
            Office of Children's Ombudsman         395,700
            Division of Child and Family Services Monitoring Panel         151,400
            Governor's Disabilities Council         553,000
            Federal Energy Program         6,125,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Human Services present to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office detailed outcome measures for each budget area in each division within the Department. These outcome measures shall be, wherever possible, reported in terms of outcomes achieved with the population served in addition to the report of total numbers served. The Legislative Fiscal Analyst Office shall include the Department's report

including measurements within their budget presentation on an item by item basis.
                    In accordance with Section 62A-1-111, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Human Services for FY 1998.
         Initial license (any new program except comprehensive mental         
            health or substance abuse)    $200.00     
        Adult Day Care (0-50 consumers per program)    50.00     
        Adult Day Care (More than 50 consumers per program)    100.00     
        Adult Day Care per consumers capacity    1.25     
        Child Placing        150.00     
        Comprehensive Mental Health Treatment    600.00     
        Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment    600.00     
        Day Treatment        75.00     
        DUI Education Services    50.00     
        Outpatient Education    50.00     
        Residential Support    50.00     
        Residential Treatment    100.00     
        Residential Treatment per consumer capacity    1.50     
        Social Detoxification    100.00     
        Life Safety Pre-inspection    100.00     
        Outdoor Youth Program    100.00
        Outdoor Youth per consumer capacity    5.00
                The following fees apply only if House Bill 113 does not pass.                    
                Center Child Care    25.00     
                Center Child Care per cap    1.50     
                Family Child Care    25.00     
                Family Child Care per cap    1.50          
ITEM    125    To Department of Human Services - Division of Mental Health
        From General Fund              45,396,700
        From Federal Funds              1,837,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,357,900
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         7,291,400
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              513,100
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (513,100)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         890,800     
            Community Services          3,814,900     
            Mental Health Centers          19,631,800     
            Residential Services          2,967,500     
            State Hospital         29,578,200
                        It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Mental Health may continue to contract with the San Juan Mental Health Authority as a provider of services through, but not beyond, June 30, 1998.
ITEM    126    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse
        From General Fund              10,123,500
        From General Fund Restricted - Intoxicated Driver Rehabilitation Account         950,000
        From Federal Funds              10,130,400
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              865,100
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         19,500
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              3,400
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (3,400)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,038,100
            Local Centers         857,300
            State Services         2,421,200
            Local Services         16,821,900
            DUI Fees on Fines         950,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Substance Abuse may continue to contract with the San Juan Substance Abuse Authority as a provider of services through, but not beyond, June 30, 1998.
ITEM    127    To Department of Human Services -
            Division of Services for People with Disabilities
        From General Fund              34,527,500
        From General Fund Restricted - Trust Fund for People with
            Disabilities                  738,000
        From Federal Funds              2,669,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,932,600
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         60,156,400
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              18,800
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (18,800)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         2,447,300
            Service Delivery         7,879,500
            Residential Services         38,767,600
            Day Services         16,035,100
            State Developmental Center         24,008,500
            Out Movement         4,717,100
            Family Support         5,719,300
            Personal Assistance         450,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that in renewing contracts with private providers the Division of Services for People with Disabilities shall consider prevailing labor market conditions.
                    It is not the intent of the Legislature that funding for capital improvement projects at the State Developmental Center come from the People with Disabilities Trust Fund.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that rent collected from individuals who occupy state owned group homes be applied to the cost of maintaining these facilities. The Division of Services for People with Disabilities will provide an accounting of state owned group home rents and costs upon request from the Legislature or the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Departments

of Health and Human Services, and the Division of Employment Development in the Department of Workforce Services work jointly through the regular budget process to present program budget overviews for services to people with disabilities and for services to the aging to be presented to the 1998 Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee. These program budget overviews will include a discussion of the most appropriate and least costly funding options.
ITEM    128    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
        From General Fund              56,594,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence Services Account         550,000
        From Federal Funds              31,484,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenues              1,686,000         From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         8,283,900
        From Trust Funds - Children's Trust Account              350,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              415,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (415,000)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         7,038,600
            Service Delivery         44,952,400
            In-Home Services         1,467,000
            Out-of-Home Services         28,055,700
            Facility Based Services         3,085,500
            Treatment Services         2,393,200
            Restricted Services         9,982,000
            Special Needs         1,623,900
            Children's Trust Fund         350,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that in the Division of Child and Family Services funds for development of a management information system be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that annual appropriation amounts granted the Division of Child and

Family Services for Domestic Violence Services be restricted for those purposes only and that these funds not be transferred to other service categories.
ITEM    129    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
        From General Fund              12,996,000
        From Federal Funds              21,258,800
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         1,962,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         583,100
            Financial Services         4,237,500
            Child Support Services         18,192,200
            Investigations and Collection          4,067,400
            Electronic Technology         6,473,500
            Attorney General Contract         2,663,500
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of Recovery Services maintain a process for response to constituent complaints in a timely manner, and attempt to resolve those complaints within the provisions and limitations of state and federal law.
ITEM    130    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
        From General Fund              9,937,600
        From Federal Funds              5,867,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,300
        From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance         219,300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              206,300
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (206,300)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         1,053,000
            Local Government Grants         10,564,000
            Nonformula Funds         1,458,200
            Adult Protective Services         2,950,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Departments of Health and Human Services, and the Division of

Employment Development in the Department of Workforce Services work jointly through the regular budget process to present program budget overviews for services to people with disabilities and for services to the aging to be presented to the 1998 Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee. These program budget overviews will include a discussion of the most appropriate and least costly funding options.    
ITEM    131    To Department of Human Services - Internal Service Fund -
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenue              5,150,200
        Schedule of Programs:
            General Services         1,861,300
            Field Facilities         662,600
            Electronic Data Processing         2,626,300
            Approved FTE Positions - 45.0
            Approved Capital Outlay - $45,000
                    In accordance with Section 62A-1-111, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Human Services for FY 1998.
            General Services
                Administration Building Per Square Foot    $13.44
                Warehouse Per Square Foot    3.662
                Hall Copiers     0.028 per copy
                Copy Center    0.023 per copy
                Copy Center    0.023 per copy
                Supplies    Cost + 15%
            Field Facilities - Rental Space Per Square Foot
                Brigham City    $14.560
                Blanding    14.500
                Richfield    8.730
            Data Processing
                Programmers Per Hour    47.00


HIGHER EDUCATION
ITEM    132    To University of Utah - Education and General
        From General Fund              120,832,300
        From Income Tax              24,928,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              50,163,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Education and General         195,924,400
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriation for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    133    To University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              680,500
ITEM    134    To University of Utah - School of Medicine
        From General Fund              17,056,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              4,718,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            School of Medicine         21,774,800
ITEM    135    To University of Utah - University Hospital
        From General Fund              3,925,400
        From Expendable Trust - Land Grant Management Fund              150,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            University Hospital         3,925,400
            Miners Hospital         150,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that patient fees be retained by the Hospital provided that they are spent in compliance with the Hospital's operating budget approved by the State Board of Regents.
ITEM    136    To University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
        From General Fund              494,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              65,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Regional Dental Education Program         559,500
ITEM    137    To University of Utah - Research and Training
        From General Fund              2,971,800
ITEM    138    To University of Utah - Public Service
        From General Fund              936,100
        Schedule of Programs:
            Center for Economic Development         107,700
            Seismograph Stations         370,500
            Museum of Natural History         364,400
            State Arboretum         93,500
ITEM    139    To University of Utah - Statewide T. V. Administration
        From General Fund              2,382,800
        From Income Tax              552,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Statewide T. V. Administration         214,500
            Public Broadcasting and Educational T. V.         2,720,700
ITEM    140    To University of Utah - Land Grant Management Fund
        From Expendable Trust - Land Grant Management Funds              502,100
ITEM    141    To University of Utah - Mineral Lease Research
        From General Fund              806,200
ITEM    142    To University of Utah - Area Health Education Centers
        From General Fund              514,200
ITEM    143    To Utah State University - Education and General
        From General Fund              75,116,400
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              29,524,200
        From Income Tax              4,554,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             107,580,000
            Applied Technology Education         1,615,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    144    To Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              223,200
ITEM    145    To Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
        From General Fund              1,341,100
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              641,300
ITEM    146    To Utah State University - Ecology Center
        From General Fund              759,900
ITEM    147    To Utah State University - Research and Training Grants
        From General Fund              902,400
ITEM    148    To Utah State University - Southeastern Utah Continuing Education Center
        From General Fund              615,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              313,100
        From Income Tax              2,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             892,100
            Applied Technology Education         38,800
ITEM    149    To Utah State University - Uintah Basin Continuing Education Center
        From General Fund              1,646,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,082,000
        From Income Tax              18,700
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             2,543,700     
            Applied Technology Education         203,900
ITEM    150    To Utah State University - Man and His Bread Museum
        From General Fund              142,700
ITEM    151    To Utah State University - Production Center
        From General Fund              320,500
ITEM    152    To Utah State University - Agricultural Experiment Station
        From General Fund              9,511,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              800,000
        From Federal Funds              1,813,800
ITEM    153    To Utah State University - Cooperative Extension Division
        From General Fund              8,216,100
        From Income Tax              390,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              150,000
        From Federal Funds              2,088,500
ITEM    154    To Utah State University - Land Grant Management Fund
        From Expendable Trust - Land Grant Management Fund              100,600
ITEM    155    To Utah State University - Mineral Lease Research
        From General Fund              576,600
ITEM    156    To Weber State University - Education and General
        From General Fund              38,802,000
        From Income Tax              7,896,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              18,704,300
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             52,283,500
            Applied Technology Education         13,118,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    157    To Weber State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              305,000
ITEM    158    To Southern Utah University - Education and General
        From General Fund              17,675,900
        From Income Tax              2,452,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              6,956,700
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             22,988,200
            Applied Technology Education         4,097,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    159    To Southern Utah University - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              87,100
ITEM    160    To Southern Utah University - University Center at St. George
        From General Fund              463,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              125,200
ITEM    161    To Southern Utah University - Shakespeare Festival
        From General Fund              13,200
ITEM    162    To Snow College - Education and General
        From General Fund              8,713,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,696,500
        From Income Tax              1,225,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             10,475,400
            Applied Technology Education         2,160,200
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus

fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature. In the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    163    To Snow College - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              34,500
ITEM    164    To Dixie College - Education and General
        From General Fund              10,306,600
        From Income Tax              1,481,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              3,711,600
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic              12,608,900
            Applied Technology Education         2,891,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or fur unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    165    To Dixie College - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              32,900
ITEM    166    To Dixie College - Zion Park Amphitheater
        From General Fund              53,400
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              31,400
ITEM    167    To College of Eastern Utah - Education and General
        From General Fund              6,691,600
        From Income Tax              1,544,900
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,581,700
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic              7,399,300
            Applied Technology Education         2,418,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    168    To College of Eastern Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              119,700
ITEM    169    To College of Eastern Utah - Prehistory Museum
        From General Fund              161,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,000
ITEM    170    To College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
        From General Fund              1,408,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              368,400
        From Income Tax              34,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             1,406,200
            Applied Technology Education         404,400
ITEM    171    To Utah Valley State College - Education and General
        From General Fund              21,907,900
        From Income Tax              4,874,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              15,798,800
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             28,300,200
            Applied Technology Education         14,281,300
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of

Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    172    To Utah Valley State College - Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              119,400
ITEM    173    To Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
        From General Fund              31,671,700
        From Income Tax              8,504,800
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              17,399,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Academic             36,244,600
            Applied Technology Education         21,330,900
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
ITEM    174    To Salt Lake Community College -Educationally Disadvantaged
        From General Fund              191,700
ITEM    175    To Salt Lake Community College -Skills Center
        From General Fund              3,163,500
        From Income Tax              422,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              804,200
ITEM    176    To State Board of Regents - Administration
        From General Fund              2,505,900
        From Income Tax              9,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              90,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         2,104,700
            Applied Technology Education         150,800
            Applied Technology Education-SOAR         50,000
            Prison Recidivism         300,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents closely supervise fuel and power budgets. If surplus fuel and power funds appear likely in FY 1998, the Regents may authorize expenditures in excess of 10 percent of the projected surplus for other critical institutional needs. These authorizations should be reported to the Legislature in the annual budget requests. No supplemental appropriations for fuel and power will be considered except for emergency measures or for unanticipated rate increases.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Applied Technology be considered for study by the interim Education Committee.
                    It is the intent of theLegislature that faculty workload be considered by Legislative Management as an interim study item and that the study include the Board of Regents, and the Fiscal Analyst's Office studying weekly faculty classroom teaching load at USHE institutions. When the study is completed, the Board of Regents should establish guidelines for weekly classroom teaching hours.
ITEM    177    To Board of Regents - Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
        From General Fund              979,600
ITEM    178    To Board of Regents - Student Aid
        From General Fund              3,866,600
        From Federal Funds              540,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Student Aid             4,356,600
            Minority Scholarships         50,000
ITEM    179    To Board of Regents - Utah Teaching Career Scholarship/
            Terrell H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loan Program
        From General Fund              649,200
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              50,000
ITEM    180    To Board of Regents - Applied Technology Education Service Regions
        From General Fund              1,097,600
ITEM    181    To Board of Regents - University Centers
        From General Fund              319,200
ITEM    182    To Board of Regents - Mineral Lease Account
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              4,113,400
        Schedule of Programs:
            University of Utah         1,265,200
            Utah State University         856,600
            Weber State University         492,800
            Southern Utah University         198,500
            Snow College         104,900
            Dixie College         132,700
            College of Eastern Utah         69,200
            Utah Valley State College         400,600
            Salt Lake Community College         592,900
ITEM    183    To Board of Regents - Utah Education Network -Technology Initiative
        From General Fund              2,415,000
ITEM    184    To Board of Regents - Teacher Training for Sensory Impaired
        From General Fund              213,100
ITEM    185    To Board of Regents - Concurrent Enrollment
        From General Fund              6,300
        From Income Tax              400,000
ITEM    186    To Board of Regents - Western Governors' University
        From General Fund              406,300
ITEM    187    To Board of Regents - Federal Programs
        From Federal Funds              300,000
ITEM    188    To Board of Regents-Utah Education Network
        From General Fund              1,500,000
        Schedule of Programs
            Satellite Telecommunications         1,500,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that $1,500,000 to implement a digitized satellite telecommunication network be appropriated to the Utah Education Network (UEN) as a line item under the Board of Regents. It is also the intent of the Legislature that if these funds are not expended for this purpose that they lapse back to the General Fund. The Legislature intends that the funds be scheduled for early utilization so that the system will be available for program delivery Fall Term 1997.
ITEM    189    To Board of Regents-Utah Education Network
        From General Fund              235,000
        Schedule of Programs
            UEN Star Schools         235,000
ITEM    190    To Board of Regents-Utah Academic Library Council
        From General Fund              3,100,000
        Schedule of Programs
            Library Initiative         3,100,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Board of Regents in consultation with the Utah Academic Library Council distribute $3,100,000 in new funding to the University of Utah, Utah State University, Weber State University, Southern Utah University, Snow College, Dixie College, College of Eastern Utah, Utah Valley State College, and Salt Lake Community College.         


NATURAL RESOURCES
ITEM    191    To Department of Agriculture - General Administration              
        From General Fund              5,233,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Agricultural
                and Wildlife Damage Prevention Account              2,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Tuberculosis
                and Bangs Disease Control Account              6,800
        From Federal Funds              1,187,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              315,600
        From Revenue Transfers - Federal
            Government Pass-through              33,000
        From Beef Promotion Account              5,600
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         916,700     
            Meat Inspection         1,371,800     
            Chemistry Laboratory         652,700     
            Animal Health         585,100     
            Agriculture Inspection         1,464,000     
            Regulatory Services         1,092,300     
            Weights and Measures         700,700     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that any unexpended funds from the FY 1997 appropriation for pesticide disposal amnesty are to be considered nonlapsing through FY 1998.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for the Pesticide Control program be considered nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        General Administration:
        Produce Dealer
            Produce Dealer    25.00
            Dealer's Agent    10.00
            Broker/Agent    25.00
            Produce Broker    25.00
            Livestock Dealer    25.00
            Livestock Dealer/Agent    10.00
        Livestock Auctions                           Livestock Auction Market    50.00
            Auction Weighperson    10.00
        Registered Farms Recording fee    10.00
        Meal Inspection                  
        Meat Packing                  
            Meat Packing Plant    50.00
            Custom Exempt    50.00
        Chemistry Laboratory                       Feed and Meat                  
            Moisture, 1 sample    15.00
            Moisture, 2-5 samples, per sample    10.00
            Moisture, over 6 samples, per sample    5.00
            Fat, 1 sample    30.00
            Fat, 2-5 samples, per sample    25.00
            Fat, over 6 samples, per sample    20.00
            Fiber, 1 sample    45.00
            Fiber, 2-5 samples, per sample    40.00
            Fiber, over 6 samples, per sample    35.00
            Protein, 1 sample    25.00
            Protein, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            Protein, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
            NPN, 1 sample    20.00
            NPN, 2-5 samples, per sample    15.00
            NPN, over 6 samples, per sample    10.00
            Ash, 1 sample    15.00
            Ash, 2-5 samples, per sample    10.00
            Ash, over 6 samples, per sample    5.00
        Fertilizer                 
            Nitrogen, 1 sample    25.00
            Nitrogen, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            Nitrogen, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
            P2O5, 1 sample    30.00
            P2O5, 2-5 samples, per sample    25.00
            P2O5, over 6 samples, per sample    20.00
            K2O, 1 sample    25.00
            K2O, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            K2O, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
        Trace Elements (Atomic Absorption)    
            Iron            20.00
            Copper            20.00
            Zinc            20.00
            Manganese        20.00
            Molybdenum    40.00
        Trace Elements (In Water)              
            Iron            10.00
            Copper            10.00
            Zinc            10.00
            Manganese        10.00
            Molybdenum    10.00
        Vitamins                 
            Vitamin A, 1 sample    60.00
            Vitamin A, 2-5 samples, per sample    55.00
            Vitamin A, over 6 samples, per sample    50.00
            Vitamin B, 1 sample    60.00
            Vitamin B, 2-5 samples, per sample    55.00
            Vitamin B, over 6 samples, per sample    50.00
            Vitamin B2, 1 sample    60.00
            Vitamin B2, 2-5 samples, per sample    55.00
            Vitamin B2, over 6 samples, per sample    50.00
            Vitamin C, 1 sample    60.00
            Vitamin C, 2-5 samples, per sample    55.00
            Vitamin C, over 6 samples, per sample    50.00
        Minerals                 
            Calcium, 1 sample    25.00
            Calcium, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            Calcium, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
            Sodium Cloride, 1 sample    25.00
            Sodium Cloride, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            Sodium Cloride, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
            Iodine, 1 sample    25.00
            Iodine, 2-5 samples, per sample    20.00
            Iodine, over 6 samples, per sample    15.00
        Drugs and Antibiotics                           Sulfamethazine Screen, 1 sample    25.00
            Sulfamethazine Screen, 2-5 samples,              
                per sample    20.00
            Sulfamethazine Screen, over 6 samples,              
                per sample    15.00
            Aflatoxin-Elisamethod, 1 sample    25.00
            Aflatoxin-Elisamethod, 2-5 samples,              
                per sample    20.00
            Aflatoxin-Elisamethod, over 6 samples,              
                per sample    15.00
            Pesticides/Herbicides              
            Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Screen,         
                1 sample    70.00
            Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Screen,              
                2-5 samples, per sample    65.00
            Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Screen,              
                over 6 samples, per sample    60.00
            Organo Phosphate Screen, 1 sample    70.00
            Organo Phosphate Screen, 2-5 samples,              
                per sample    65.00
            Organo Phosphate Screen, over 6 samples,              
                per sample    60.00
            Chlorophenoxy Herbicide Screen              
                Reports for the following components:         
                    2-4D, 1 sample    150.00
                    2-4D, 2-5 samples, per sample    140.00
                    2-4D, over 6 samples, per sample    130.00
                    2,4,5-T Screen, 1 sample    150.00
                    2,4,5-T, 2-5 samples, per sample    140.00
                    2,4,5-T, over 6 samples,
                        per sample    130.00
                    Silvex, 1 sample    150.00
                    Silvex, 2-5 samples, per sample    140.00
                    Silvex, over 6 samples, per sample    130.00
                    Individual components from screens:    
                        1 sample    75.00
                        2-5 samples, per sample    70.00
                        over 6 samples, per sample    65.00
            Certification Fee - Milk Laboratory              
                Evaluation Program              
            Basic Lab Fee    50.00
            Number of Certified Analyst (3 x $10.00)    30.00
            Number of Approved Test (3 x $10.00)    30.00
            Total Yearly Assessed Fee    90.00
            Standard Plate count    5.00
            Coliform Count    5.00
            Test for Inhibitory Substances (antibiotics)    5.00
            Phosphatase Test    15.00
            WMT Screening Test    5.00
            DMSCC (Confirmation)    10.00
            DSCC (Foss Instrumentation)    5.00
            Coliform Confirmation    5.00
            Container Rinse Test    10.00
            H2O Coli Total Count (MF Filtration)    5.00
            H2O Coli Confirmation Test    5.00
            Butterfat % (Babcock Method)    10.00
            Added H2O in Raw Milk (Cryoscope Instr)    5.00
            Reactivated Phosphatase Confirmation    15.00
            Antibiotic Confirmation Tests    10.00
        All Other Services, per hour    30.00
        Animal Health                  
        Commercial Aquaculture Facility    150.00
        Commercial Fee Fishing Facility    30.00
        Citation, per violation    75.00
        Citation, per head    2.00
            If not paid within 15 days 2 times citation fee              
            If not paid within 30 days 4 times citation fee              
        Feed Garbage to Swine    25.00
        Hatchery                 
            Hatchery Operation (Poultry)    25.00
        Health Certificate Book    8.00
        Coggins testing        4.00
        Service fee                 
            (Dog food and Brine shrimp, misc.), per day    225.00
        Service fee                 
            (Dog food and Brine shrimp, misc.), per mile    State Rate
        Agricultural Inspection                           Shipping Point                               Fruit             
                Packages, 19.lb. or less, per package    0.020
                20 to 29 lb. package, per package    0.025
                over 29 lb. package, per package    0.030
                Bulk load, per cwt.    0.045
                Vegetables              
                    Potatoes, per cwt.    0.055
                    Onions, per cwt.    0.060
                    Cucurbita family includes:         
                        watermelon, muskmelon, squash (Summer,    
                        Fall, and Winter), Pumpkin, gourd and others    
                        per cwt    0.045
                    Other vegetables         
                        Less than 60 lb. package,
                        per package    0.035
                        over 60 lb. package, per package    0.045
            Phytosanitary Inspection, per inspection    25.00
            Minimum charge per certificate              
                for one commodity (except regular         
                    rate at continuous grading facilities)    18.00
            Minimum charge per commodity for mixed loads,              
                (not to exceed $45.00 per mixed load)    18.00
            Hourly charge for inspection of raw products              
                at processing plants    18.00
            Hourly charge for inspectors' time more than 40              
                hours per week (overtime), plus regular fees    27.00
            Hourly charge for major holidays and Sundays
                (four-hour minimum), plus regular fees    27.00
                    Holidays include:    
                        New Year's Day    
                        Memorial Day    
                        Independence Day    
                        Labor Day    
                        Thanksgiving Day    
                        Christmas Day    
            All Inspections shall include mileage which will be              
                charged according to the current mileage rate         
                of the State of Utah         
        Export Compliance Agreements    50.00
        Nursery                
            Nursery            50.00
            Nursery Agent    25.00
            Nursery Outlet    50.00
        Feed                
            Commercial Feed    25.00
            Custom Formula Permit    50.00
        Pesticide                 
            Commercial Applicator Certification              
                Triennial (3 year) Certification and License    45.00
                Annual License    15.00
                Replacement of lost or stolen Certificate/License    15.00
                Failed examinations may be retaken two more
                    times at no charge    
                Additional re-testing (two more times).    15.00
            Triennial (3 year) Examination and
                educational materials fee    20.00
            Product Registration    60.00
            Dealer license              
                Annual        15.00
                Triennial    45.00
        Fertilizer                 
            Blenders License    50.00
            Annual Assessment, per ton    0.15
            Minimum annual assessment    20.00
            Fertilizer Registration    25.00
        Beekeepers                 
            License            10.00
            Inspection fee, per hour    30.00
            Salvage Wax Registration fee    10.00
            Control Atmosphere    10.00
        Seed Purity                 
            Flowers            10.00
            Grains            6.00
            Grasses            15.00
            Legumes        6.00
            Trees and Shrubs    10.00
            Vegetables        6.00
        Seed Germination                           Flowers            10.00
            Grains            6.00
            Grasses            10.00
            Legumes        6.00
            Trees and Shrubs    10.00
            Vegetables        6.00
        Seed Tetrazolium Test
            Flowers            20.00
            Grains            12.00
            Grasses            20.00
            Legumes        15.00
            Trees and Shrubs    20.00
            Vegetables        12.00
        Embryo Analysis (Loose Smut Test)    11.00
        Cutting Test            8.00
        Mill Check            Hourly Charge
        Examination of Extra Quantity for                           Other Crop or Weed Seed    Hourly Charge
        Examination for Noxious Weeds Only    Hourly Charge
        Identification        No Charge
        Hourly Charges        18.00
        Additional Copies of Analysis Reports    1.00
        Hourly charge for any other inspection              
            service performed on an hourly basis              
            (one hour minimum)    18.00
                    Mixtures will be charged based on the sum
                for each individual kind in excess of 5 percent.         
                    Samples which require excessive time, screenings, low grade, dirty, or unusually difficult sample will be charged at the hourly rate.         
                    Charges for tests or kinds of seeds not listed will be determined by the Seed Laboratory.
                    Hourly charges may be made on seed treated with "Highly Toxic Substances" if special handling is necessary for the Analyst's safety.
                    Discount germination is a non-priority service intended for carry over seed which is ideal for checking inventories from May through August. The discount service is available during the rest of the year, but delays in testing may result due to high test volume of priority samples. Ten (10) or more samples

receive 50 percent discount off normal germination fees.
        Emergency service, per sample, single              
            component only    42.00
        Hay and Straw Weed Free Certification                           Certificate             
                Bulk loads of hay up to 10 loads    25.00
                If time involved is 1 hr or less    18.00
                If time involved is 1 hr and 30 min.    25.00
                If time involved is more than 1 hr and 30 min.    18.00/hour
                Charge for each hay tag    0.10
        Regulatory Services                           Bedding/Upholstered Furniture              
            Manufacturers of bedding and/or              
                upholstered furniture    55.00
            Wholesale Dealer    55.00
            Supply Dealer    55.00
            Manufacturers of Quilted Clothing    55.00
            Upholsterer with employees    40.00
            Upholsterer without employees    25.00
        Dairy                
            Test milk for payment    25.00
            Operate milk manufacturing plant    50.00
            Make butter        25.00
            Haul farm bulk milk    25.00
            Make cheese    25.00
            Operate a pasteurizer    25.00
            Operate a milk processing plant    50.00
        Special Inspection Fees                           Food and Dairy Inspection fee, per hour    26.50
            Food and Dairy Inspection fee, overtime rate    34.40
            Certificate of Inspection    10.00
        Weights and Measures                       Weighing and measuring devices/              
            individual servicemen    10.00
        Weighing and measuring devices/              
            agency            50.00
        Special Scale Inspections                           Large Capacity Truck              
                Per man hour    20.00
                Per mile    1.50
                Per hour equipment use    25.00
            Pickup truck             
                Per man hour    20.00
                Per mile    0.75
                Per hour equipment use    15.00
            Overnight Trip     Per Diem and
                            Cost of Motel
        Petroleum Refinery Fee                           Gasoline             
                Octane Rating    120.00
                Benzene Level in Gasoline    80.00
                Pensky-Martens Flash Point    20.00
            Overtime charges, per hour    30.00
            Metrology services, per hour    22.00
            Gasoline - Gravity    10.00
            Gasoline - Distillation    25.00
            Gasoline - Sulfur, X-ray    35.00
            Gasoline - Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP)    25.00
            Gasoline - Aromatics    50.00
            Gasoline - Leads    20.00
            Diesel - Gravity    25.00
            Diesel - Distillation    25.00
            Diesel - Sulfer, X-ray    20.00
            Diesel - Cloud Point    20.00
            Diesel - Conductivity    25.00
            Diesel - Cetane    20.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    192    To Department of Agriculture -
            Agriculture Marketing and Development              
        From General Fund              1,031,500
        From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture
                Resource Development Fund              4,500
        From General Fund Restricted - Horse Racing Account              50,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              3,700
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         400,100     
            Resource Conservation and Development         120,000     
            Marketing and Promotion         147,500     
            Utah Horse Commission         50,000     
            Market News         125,100     
            Public Affairs         76,000     
            Research             171,000     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funding approved for Soil Conservation District elections be considered nonlapsing and be spent only during even-numbered years when the elections take place.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 1993 appropriation of $100,000 for Agribusiness be considered nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Owner/Trainer, not to exceed    100.00
        Owner, not to exceed    75.00
        Organization, not to exceed    75.00
        Trainer, not to exceed    75.00
        Assistant Trainer, not to exceed    75.00
        Jockey, not to exceed    75.00
        Jockey Agent, not to exceed    75.00
        Veterinarian, not to exceed    75.00
        Racing Official, not to exceed    75.00
        Racing Organization Manager or Official,    
            not to exceed    75.00
        Authorized Agent, not to exceed    75.00
        Farrier, not to exceed    75.00
        Assistant to the Racing Manager or Official,              
            not to exceed    75.00
        Video Operator, not to exceed    75.00
        Photo Finish Operator, not to exceed    75.00
        Valet, not to exceed    50.00
        Jockey Room Attendant or Custodian, not to exceed    50.00
        Colors Attendant, not to exceed    50.00
        Paddock Attendant, not to exceed    50.00
        Pony Rider, not to exceed    50.00
        Groom, not to exceed    50.00
        Security Guard, not to exceed    50.00
        Stable Gate Man, not to exceed    50.00
        Security Investigator, not to exceed    50.00
        Concessionaire, not to exceed    50.00
        Application Processing Fee    25.00
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    193    To Department of Agriculture -
            Agriculture Marketing and Development         
        From Utah Rural Rehabilitation Fund              18,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture
                Resource Development Fund              796,100
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Loan Fund             500,000     
            Agriculture Loan Program         314,100
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Commissioner of Agriculture use up to $1 million from the General Fund Restricted - Resource Development Fund to assist citizens in the state with drought relief.    
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,                           per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    194    To Department of Agriculture - Brand Inspection              
        From General Fund              371,800
        From General Fund Restricted - Utah
                Livestock Brand and Anti-Theft Fund              582,900
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Brand Inspection         954,700     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Farm Custom Slaughter    50.00
        Estray Animals        varies
        Beef Promotion (Cattle only), per head    1.00
        Citation, per violation    75.00
        Citation, per head    2.00
            If not paid within 15 days 2 times citation fee              
            If not paid within 30 days 4 times citation fee              
        Brand Inspection (cattle), per head, maximum    0.50
        Brand Inspection (horse), per head    0.65
        Brand Inspection (sheep), per head    0.05
        Brand Book            25.00
        Show and Seasonal Permits              
            Horse            5.00
            Cattle            5.00
        Lifetime Horse Permit    15.00
        Duplicate Lifetime Horse Permit    10.00
        Lifetime Transfer Horse Permit    10.00
        Brand Recording        50.00
        Certified copy of Recording (new Brand Card)    5.00
        Minimum charge per certificate         
            (Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, and Horses)    3.00
        Brand Transfer        30.00
        Brand Renewal (Five Year cycle)    30.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    195    To Department of Agriculture - Predatory Animal Control              
        From General Fund              593,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Agricultural
                and Wildlife Damage Prevention Account              416,900
        From Revenue Transfers _ Division of Wildlife
                Resources: Predator Control              39,800
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Predatory Animal Control         1,049,700     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the insurance proceeds from the destruction of an Animal Damage Control airplane in October 1996 be nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    196    To Department of Agriculture - Auction
            Market Veterinarians              
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              60,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Auction Market Veterinarians         60,000     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Auction Market Veterinarian collection appropriation be considered nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    197    To Department of Agriculture -
            Agriculture Marketing and Development
        From General Fund Restricted - Agricultural
                and Wildlife Damage Prevention Account              50,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Sheep Promotion         50,000     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    198    To Department of Agriculture - Marketing
            and Development              
        From General Fund              10,300
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Soil Conservation District Commission         10,300     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    199    To Department of Agriculture - Plant Industry              
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              379,400
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Grain Inspection         379,400     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are

approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Regular hourly rate    18.00
        Overtime hourly rate    27.00
        Official Inspection Services:
        (Includes sampling except where indicated)                           Hopper car, per car or part car    18.50
            Boxcar car, per car or part car    11.00
            Truck or trailer, per carrier or part carrier    9.50
            Submitted sample, per sample    6.25
            Reinspection, basis file sample    6.25
            Protein test, original or file sample retest    4.25
            Protein test, basis new sample, plus sample hourly fee    4.25
            Factor only determination, per factor, plus sampler's              
                hourly rate, if applicable    2.75
            Stowage examination services, per certificate    22.00
            Additional fee for applicant requested analysis,              
                (malting barley analysis of non-malting class barley,         
            HVAC or DHV percentage determination in         
            durum or hard spring wheats, etc., per request)    3.25
            Extra copies of certificates, per copy    1.00
            Insect damaged kernel, determination              
                (weevil, bore)    2.25
            Sampling only, same as original carrier fee,              
                except hopper cars, 4 or more    12.50
            Mailing sample handling charge    2.00+
                            Actual Charge
                    Request for services not covered by the above
                fees will be performed at the applicable hourly rate
                stated herein, plus mileage and travel time, if applicable.    
                    Actual travel time will be assessed outside of a              
                50 mile radius of Ogden.         
        Non-official Services                           Class II weighing, per carrier    4.50
            Determination of DHV              
                percentage in Hard Red Wheat    3.50
            Determination of hard kernel percentage              
                in soft white wheat    3.50
            Other requests    Hourly Rate
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    200    To Department of Agriculture -
            Agriculture Marketing and Development    
        From General Fund              280,800
        From Revenue Transfers - Division
                of Water Quality              517,100
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Environmental Quality         797,900     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    201    To Department of Agriculture - Insect Infestation              
        From General Fund              184,900
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Insect Infestation         184,900     
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are

approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    202    To Department of Agriculture - Resource Conservation              
        From General Fund              244,300
        From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture
                Resource Development Fund              229,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Resource Conservation         473,300     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Resource Conservation funds be used for the per diem and expenses of Soil Conservation members, who are not government employees, provided in Utah Code section 4-18-4.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Soil Conservation Districts submit semi-annual reports documenting supervisory expenses to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Office of Planning and Budget, and the Soil Conservation Commission. It is also the intent of the Legislature that these documents are reviewed and reported to the Governor and the 1998 Legislature.
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    203    To Department of Agriculture              
        From General Fund              228,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Building Operation and Maintenance         228,000     
ITEM    204    To Department of Agriculture - Internal Service Fund              
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              192,600
        From Retained Earnings              50,900
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Data Processing Budget         243,500
                Approved FTE Level - 3.0
                Approved Rates:
                    Programmer, per hour    50.00
                    Programmer, per hour overtime    75.00
                    LAN, monthly charge, per year/per port
                        (connection)    3,020.00
                    Port Charges per year/per PC    500.00
                    Technical Assistance / Consultation,
                        Per hour    50.00
                    Installation    Negotiable
                    GIS Rate per hour    50.00
                    GIS Rate per hour, overtime    75.00
                    Portable PC daily rental    15.00
                Approved Capital Outlay - $12,200
                Approved Revenue Estimate - $192,600
                    In accordance with Section 4-2-2(2), the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Agriculture for FY 1998.                 
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per hour        10.00
        Administrative costs for making copies of files,
            per copy        0.07
        Late Fee            25.00
        Returned check fee    15.00
        Mileage                State Rate
ITEM    205    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Department Administration              
        From General Fund              2,424,000
        From Oil Overcharge - Stripper Well              350,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Office of the Executive Director         769,800     
            Administrative Services         880,600     
            Energy Resource Planning         837,600     
            Public Affairs         236,000     
            Bear Lake Commission         50,000
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Bear Lake Regional Commission be expended only as a one-to-one match with funds from the State of Idaho.    
ITEM    206    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Internal Service Fund              
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              4,134,200
        From Retained Earnings              442,800
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Warehouse Budget         765,700
                Approved FTE Level - 2.0
                Approved Rates - markup of goods at 19 percent
                Approved Revenue Estimate - $716,700
                Approved Capital Outlay - $300,00    
            Motor Pool Budget         2,700,000     
                Approved FTE Level - 4.0
                Approved Rates - Daily rates at $4.00 plus
                    mileage as follows:
                    Intermediate Sedan    0.13     
                    Full size    0.15
                    ½ Ton, 2 wheel drive     0.15
                    ½ Ton, 4 wheel drive     0.21
                    ¾ Ton, 2 wheel drive     0.17
                    ¾ Ton, 4 wheel drive     0.23
                    1 Ton     0.26
                    2½ Ton - 5 Ton     0.36
                    10 Ton     0.39
                Approved Revenue Estimate - $2,306,200
                Approved Capital Outlay - $4,582,500
            Data Processing Budget         1,111,300
                Approved FTE Level - 8.0
                Approved Rates - Shall be adjusted not to
                    exceed $1,111,300
                Approved Capital Outlay - $450,000
                Approved Revenue Estimate - $1,111,300
ITEM    207    To Department of Natural Resources - Rent              
        From General Fund              1,620,500
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Rent                 1,620,500     
ITEM    208    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands         
        From General Fund              2,835,700
        From Federal Funds              603,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              852,800
        From General Fund Restricted
                 - Sovereign Lands Management Account              1,022,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Fire Marshall              85,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Director's Office         144,500     
            Administrative Services         375,700     
            Planning and Technology Transfer         196,900     
            Technical Assistance and Consulting         667,600     
            Program Delivery         1,056,000     
            TAC - Lone Peak         798,900     
            Program Delivery Cooperators         471,100     
            Fire Suppression Fund         1,688,300     
ITEM    209    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining         
        From General Fund              1,086,900
        From General Fund - Fixed Collections              1,247,300
        From Federal Funds              3,300,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              52,900
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              166,900
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         1,051,400     
            Board                 25,900     
            Oil and Gas Conservation         1,415,600     
            Minerals Reclamation         291,700     
            Coal Reclamation         1,284,600     
            Abandoned Mine         1,785,300
                    In accordance with Section 63-34-5, the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining for FY 1998.                 
        Copy Fees                 
            Mine Permit application    5.00
            Bid Specifications    20.00
            Telefax of material    0.25 per page
            Photocopy - Staff Copy    0.25 per page
            Photocopy - Self Copy    0.10 per page
            Prints from microfilm - Staff Copy    0.55 per paper-foot
            Prints from microfilm - Self Copy    0.40 per paper-foot
            Print of microfiche - Staff Copy    0.25 per page
            Print of microfiche - Self Copy    0.10 per page
            Well logs (from originals) - Staff Copy    0.75 per paper-foot
            Well logs (from originals) - Self Copy    0.50 per paper-foot
            Print of computer screen    0.50 per screen
        Fees for Compiling or Photocopying Records                           Actual time spent compiling or copying    Personnel rate/hr.
            Data entry or records segregation    Personnel rate/hr.
        Fees for Third Party Services                           Copying maps or charts    Actual Cost
            Copying odd sized documents    Actual Cost
        Fees for Specific Reports         
            Monthly Production Report              
                Picked up    17.50
                Mailed        20.00
                Annual Subscription    210.00
            Monthly Notice of Intent to Drill/              
                Well Completion Report              
                    Picked up    0.50
                    Mailed    1.00
                    Annual Subscription    6.00
                    Mailed Notice of Board
                        Hearings List (Annual)    20.00
            Current Administrative Rules, - Oil and
                Gas, Coal, Non-Coal, Abandon
                Mine Lease (first copy is free)              
                    Picked up    10.00
                    Mailed    13.00
        Custom-tailored data reports              
            Diskettes/tapes    Computer Time and
                            Personnel rate/hr.
        Custom Maps        Personnel rate/hr.
                            and Cost per Linear Foot
            Minimum Charges:              
                Color Plot    25.00
                Laser Print    5.00
ITEM    210    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Utah Geological Survey         
        From General Fund              2,004,000
        From Federal Funds              82,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              214,900
        From General Fund - Mineral Lease Account              660,300
        From Revenue Transfers - School and
                Institutional Trust Lands Administration              50,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Water Rights              10,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Water Quality              117,400
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands         10,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              55,800
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         512,300     
            Technical Services         745,600     
            Applied Geology         580,700     
            Board                 3,200     
            Geologic Mapping         408,100     
            Economic Geology         774,800     
            Paleontology         179,800     
            It is the intent of the Legislature that Mineral Lease funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    211    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Water Resources              
        From General Fund              2,462,200
        From Water Resources Construction Fund
                - Investigation Account              488,500
        From Water Resources Construction Fund              150,000
        From Water Resources Conservation and
                Development Fund              1,064,300
        From Revenue Transfers - Water Resources
                Conservation and Development Fund              3,000,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              938,800
        From Closing Nonlapsing              (783,800)
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         428,700     
            Board                 35,600     
            Interstate Streams         245,000     
            Cloud Seeding         175,000     
            Cities Water             113,200     
            Construction         1,429,900     
            Planning             1,623,200     
            West Desert Operation         11,000     
            Water Education         128,400     
            Bear River / Wasatch Front         130,000     
            CUP Mitigation         3,000,000     
ITEM    212    To Department of Natural Resources - Division
            of Water Resources - Water Education Nonlapsing    
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              35,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Water Education         35,000     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that Water Education funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    213    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Water Rights              
        From General Fund              5,175,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              806,400
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              328,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         590,500     
            Appropriation         524,800     
            Dam Safety             451,600     
            Adjudication         707,700     
            Cooperative Studies         772,900     
            Special Investigations         516,300     
            Advertising             80,000     
            Area Offices             1,959,900     
            River Systems         706,400     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 131 passes, the State Engineer adjust the fee schedule for FY 1998 for the Division of Water Rights to reflect the changes brought about because of House Bill 131.
                     In accordance with Section 63-34-5, the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of Water Rights for FY 1998.                 
            1.    For examining and filing applications and temporary applications to appropriate water, applications for temporary

and permanent change, applications for exchange, applications for an extension of time in which to resume use of water, claims to water based on diligence, a groundwater recovery permit, and for re-publication of notice to water users after amendment of application, the State Engineer shall collect fees based upon the following schedule:             
                a.    For a quantity of water of 0.1 second-foot or less    75.00
                b.    For a quantity of water more than 0.1
                    second-foot but not exceeding 0.5 second-foot    100.00
                c.     For a quantity of water more than 0.5         
                    second-foot but not exceeding 1.0 second-foot    125.00
                d.     For a quantity of water more than 1.0
                    second-foot but not exceeding 2.0 second-foot    150.00
                e.    For a quantity of water more than 2.0
                    second-foot but not exceeding 3.0 second-foot    175.00
                f.    For a quantity of water more than 3.0
                    second-foot second-foot but not exceeding
                     4.0 second-foot    200.00
                g.    For each additional second-foot, or fraction
                    thereof, up to but not exceeding 23.0 second-feet    15.00
                h.    For applications in excess of 23.0 second-foot    500.00
                i.    For a volume of water of 20 acre-feet or less    75.00
                j.    For a volume of water of 20 acre-feet, but         
                    not exceeding 100 acre-feet    100.00
                k.    For a volume of water more than 100 acre-feet,
                    but not exceeding 500 acre-feet    125.00
                l.    For a volume for water more than 500 acre-feet,
                    but not exceeding 1,000 acre-feet    150.00
                m.    For a volume for water more than 1,000 acre-feet,         
                    but not exceeding 1,500 acre-feet    175.00
                n.    For a volume for water more than 1,500 acre-feet,
                    but not exceeding 2,000 acre-feet    200.00
                o.    For each additional 500 acre-feet, or part thereof,
                    but not exceeding 11,500 acre-feet    15.00
                p.    For applications in excess of 11,500 acre-feet    500.00
                q.    For any application that proposes to appropriate
                    by both direct flow and storage, there shall be         
                    charged the fee for quantity or volume, whichever
                    is greater, but not both.
            2.    For a well driller permit,
                    Initial    50.00
                    Renewal, (annual)    25.00
                    Late renewal, (annual)    50.00
            3.    For filing a request for an extension of time
                in which to submit proof of appropriation 14
                years or more after the date of approval of
                the application.    75.00
            4.    For filing a request for an extension of time
                in which to submit proof of appropriation less
                than 14 years after the date of approval of
                the application.    25.00
            5.    For each certification of copies    4.00
            6.    A reasonable charge for preparing copies
                of any and all documents              
            7.    Application to segregate a water right    25.00
            8.    Application to inject water    2,500.00
            9.    Processing of title documents    $30/hr.
ITEM    214    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Wildlife Resources         
        From General Fund              3,434,600
        From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife
                Resources Account              19,803,300
        From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat              2,253,100
        From Federal Funds              5,876,300
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              109,600
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         1,146,700     
            Fiscal Management         3,824,800     
            Information and Education         1,407,600     
            Law Enforcement         5,435,600     
            Habitat Projects         2,053,100     
            Habitat                 3,004,800     
            Boards                 221,500     
            Fisheries Management         2,865,900     
            Fish Culture             3,465,600
            Fish Experiment Station         677,500     
            Fish Habitat             286,300     
            Big Game             3,595,000     
            Native Wildlife         963,300     
            Small Game             423,100     
            Waterfowl             861,000     
            Hunter Education         394,400     
            Hardware Ranch         130,900     
            Aquatic Native Wildlife         719,800     
                    The Legislature intends that up to $500,000 of this budget may be used for big game depredation expense. The Legislature also intends that half of these funds shall be from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources Account and half from the General Fund. This funding is intended to be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that an amount up to one-third of the Upland Game Stamp revenue collected in FY 1995 may be used in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture - Predator Control program to control predators on upland game habitat.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the aquatic hatchery maintenance contractual requirements be nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat Account appropriations be nonlapsing.
                    In accordance with Section 63-34-5, the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of Wildlife

Resources for FY 1998.    
        Licenses            
            Fishing            
                Resident Fishing under 65 (Season)    18.00
                Resident Fishing 65 years or older (Season)    9.00
                Resident Fishing, 1-Day (Any age)    4.00
                Resident Fishing, 7-Day (Any age)    9.00
                Resident Fishing (Disabled)    0.50
                Resident Fishing (Mentally Retarded)    5.00
                Nonresident Fishing Season (Any age)    40.00
                Nonresident Fishing, 1-Day (Any age)    5.00
                Nonresident Fishing, 7-Day (Any age)    15.00
                Two-Pole Fishing License    10.00
            Hunting            
                Resident Small Game (12-13)    6.00
                Resident Small Game (14+)    12.00
                Nonresident Small Game (12+)    40.00
                Resident Combination (12+)    25.00
                Resident Dedicated Hunter, 2 Yr. (14-17)    50.00
                Resident Dedicated Hunter, 3 Yr. (14-17)    75.00
                Resident Dedicated Hunter, 2 Yr. (18+)    100.00
                Resident Dedicated Hunter, 3 Yr. (18+)    150.00
                Nonresident Dedicated Hunter, 2 Yr. (14-17)    396.00
                Nonresident Dedicated Hunter, 3 Yr. (14-17)    604.00
                Nonresident Dedicated Hunter, 2 Yr. (18+)    546.00
                Nonresident Dedicated Hunter, 3 Yr. (18+)    837.00
                Resident Furbearer (Any Age)    25.00
                Nonresident Furbearer (Any Age)    150.00
                Resident / Nonresident Falconry (14+)    10.00
                Nonresident Falconry Meet    10.00
                Resident / Nonresident Commercial Hunt Area    5.00
                Resident Habitat (14+)    5.00
                Nonresident Habitat (14+)    5.00
        Heritage Certificate              
            Juvenile (Under 12)    5.00
            Adult (12+)        15.00
        Deer Tags / Permits              
            Resident Rifle    25.00
            Resident Archery    25.00
            Resident Muzzleloader    25.00
            Nonresident Rifle    198.00
            Nonresident Archery    198.00
            Nonresident Muzzleloader    198.00
            Resident Anterless    15.00
            Nonresident Anterless    78.00
            Resident Depredation    15.00
        Landowners Depredation / Mitigation              
            Deer            20.00
            Elk                55.00
            Pronghorn        20.00
        Stamps            
            Wyoming Flaming Gorge    10.00
            Arizona Lake Powell    8.00
            Nonresident 1-Day Fishing    5.00
        Fishing Permits             
            Set-Line        10.00
            Bird Bands        0.25
        Big Game Permits / Tags                           Deer            
                Resident Limited Entry    43.00
                Nonresident Limited Entry    403.00
                Resident High County Buck    38.00
                Nonresident High Country Buck    253.00
                Resident Premium Limited Entry    128.00
                Nonresident Premium Limited Entry    503.00
                Resident PHU Buck    25.00
                Nonresident PHU Buck    198.00
                Resident PHU Limited Entry    43.00
                Nonresident PHU Limited Entry    403.00
                Resident PHU Premium Limited Entry    128.00
                Nonresident PHU Premium Limited Entry    503.00
                Resident PHU Anterless    15.00
                Nonresident PHU Anterless    78.00
            Elk            
                Resident Archery    50.00
                Resident General Bull    50.00
                Resident Limited Entry Bull    130.00
                Resident Control    55.00
                Resident Depredation    55.00
                Resident Limited Entry Hunter Choice    50.00
                Resident Limited Entry Muzzleloader    78.00
                Resident PHU Any Bull    130.00
                Resident PHU Yearling Bull    50.00
                Resident PHU Anterless    50.00
                Nonresident Archery    328.00
                Nonresident General Bull    328.00
                Nonresident Limited Entry Bull    478.00
                Nonresident Control    203.00
                Resident / Nonresident Anterless Archery    15.00
                Resident / Nonresident Limited Entry
                    Archery Bull Auxiliary    15.00
                Nonresident Limited Entry Hunter Choice    328.00
                Nonresident Limited Entry Muzzleloader    453.00
                Nonresident PHU Any Bull    478.00
                Nonresident PHU Yearling Bull    328.00
                Nonresident PHU Anterless    203.00
            Antelope             
                Resident Limited Buck    45.00
                Nonresident Limited Buck    228.00
                Resident Limited Doe    15.00
                Resident Depredation    10.00
                Nonresident Limited Doe    130.00
                Resident Archery Buck    45.00
                Nonresident Archery Buck    228.00
                Resident PHU Buck    45.00
                Nonresident PHU Buck    228.00
                Resident PHU Doe    15.00
                Nonresident PHU Doe    130.00
                Resident / Nonresident Archery Doe Auxiliary    15.00
            Moose            
                Archery Moose Auxiliary    15.00
                Resident Bull    303.00
                Resident Anterless    203.00
                Resident PHU Bull    303.00
                Resident PHU Anterless    203.00
                Nonresident Bull    1,003.00
                Nonresident Anterless    703.00
                Nonresident PHU Bull    1,003.00
                Nonresident PHU Anterless    703.00
            Bison            
                Resident    403.00
                Nonresident    1,003.00
                Resident Antelope Island    1,100.00
                Nonresident Antelope Island    2,600.00
            Bighorn Sheep              
                Resident Desert    503.00
                Resident Rocky Mountain    503.00
                Nonresident Desert Bighorn    1,003.00
                Nonresident Rocky Mountain    1,003.00
            Rocky Mountain Goat              
                Resident Rocky Mountain    403.00
                Nonresident Rocky Mountain    1,003.00
            Cougar / Bear Permit              
                Resident Cougar    53.00
                Resident Bear    78.00
                Resident Bear (Archery-Bait)    78.00
                Resident Cougar-Bear Pursuit    25.00
                Cougar or Bear Damage    25.00
                Nonresident Cougar    253.00
                Nonresident Bear    303.00
                Nonresident Bear (Archery-Bait)    303.00
        Waterfowl                 
            Wild Turkey             
                Resident Limited Entry    25.00
                Nonresident Limited Entry    50.00
        Sportsman Permits                           The successful applicants will pay the fee
                associated with the resident fee for
                that particular species.
            Resident Bull Moose    303.00
            Resident Hunter's Choice Bison    403.00
            Resident Desert Bighorn Ram    503.00
            Resident Bull Elk    130.00
            Resident Buck Deer    128.00
            Resident Buck Pronghorn    45.00
            Falconry Permits              
                Resident Capture - Apprentice Class    20.00
                Resident Capture - General Class    35.00
                Resident Capture - Master Class    35.00
                Nonresident Capture - General Class    100.00
                Nonresident Capture - Master Class    100.00
            Handling Fees              
                (Handling Fees may be assessed Exchanges)    5.00
            Furbearer Tags              
                Resident Bobcat Temporary Possession    5.00 / Tag
                Nonresident Bobcat Temporary Possession    5.00 / Tag
            Trap Registration
                Resident (Payable Once)    5.00
                Nonresident (Payable Once)    5.00
        Duplicate Licenses, Permits and Tags                           Duplicate licenses are one-half the original price
                of the license or $5.00 whichever is less Duplicate
                tag are one-half the original price of the tag or
                $5.00 whichever is less. No duplicate bobcat
                temporary possession tags are issued.
            Duplicate permits are one-half the original price of
                the permit or $5.00 whichever is less
            Duplicate Hunter education cards    10.00
            Furharvester Education cards    10.00
        Wood Products on Division of Wildlife
            Resources Lands                           Firewood        10.00 / 2 cords
            Christmas Tree    5.00
                Ornamental (Maximum
                    $60.00 per permit)         
                Conifers    5.00 / tree
                Deciduous    3.00 / tree
                Posts (Maximum $50 per permit)    0.40 / each
        Hunter Education Fees                           Hunter Education Training    6.00
            Hunter Education Home Study    6.00
            Furharvester Education Training    6.00
            Service long distance call to another state,
                country, or province    2.00
            Becoming an Outdoors Woman    150.00
                (Special Needs Rates Available)         
        Lee Kay Center Fees                           Adult            2.00
            Youth (15 and Under)    1.00
            Sportsmen Club Meetings    20.00
            Spotting Scope Rental    1.00
        Certificates of Registration                           Initial Fee - Personal Use    50.00
            Initial Fee - Commercial    100.00
            Amendment        10.00
            Certificates of Registration Renewal    20.00
            Late fee for failure to renew Certificates
                of Registration when due    10.00
            Required Inspections    25.00
            Failure to submit required annual Activity Report
                when due    10.00
            Request for species reclassification    200.00
            Request for variance    200.00
        Commercial Fishing and Dealing Commercially in
            Aquatic Wildlife:                           Dealer in Live / Dead Bait    75.00
            Helper Cards    15.00
            Commercial Seiner    1,000.00
            Helper Cards    100.00
            Commercial Brine Shrimper    10,000.00
            Helper Cards    1,500.00
        Upland Game Posted Hunting Units                           New Application    5.00
            Renewal Application    5.00
        Big Game Posted Hunting Units                           New Application    150.00
            Renewal Application    150.00
        Commercial Hunting Areas                           New Application    150.00
            Renewal Application    150.00
        Services                 
            Reproduction of Records:              
                Self Service    0.10 / copy
                Service Provided by Division Staff    0.25 / copy
                Postage        Current Rate
                Geographic Information System         
                    Personnel Time    35.00 / hour
                    Processing (one-hour increments)    40.00 / hour
                Data Processing Time         
                    Programming    40.00 / hour
                    Production    20.00 / hour
                    Application Fee for License Agency    20.00
                Other Services to be reimbursed at actual
                    time and materials         
        Easement and Lease Schedule                           Application fees for Uses of Division Lands
                (Non refundable):              
                Leases        50.00
                Easements, Including:         
                    Rights-of-way    50.00
                    Rights-of-entry    50.00
                Assessment         
                    Amendment to lease, easement, right-of-way,    
                    right-of-entry    25.00
                    Certified document    5.00
                Research on leases or title records    50.00 / hour
                Rights-of-way         
                Electric Power Lines, Telephone Cables         
                (Short-term disturbance, intermittent maintenance)    
                    Width of Easement    Cost per Rod
                        0' - 30' Initial    12.00
                        0' - 30' Renewal    8.00
                        31' - 60' Initial    18.00
                        31' - 60' Renewal    12.00
                        61' - 100' Initial    24.00
                        61' - 100' Renewal    16.00
                        101' - 200' Initial    30.00
                        101' - 200' Renewal    20.00
                        201' - 300' Initial    40.00
                        201' - 300' Renewal    28.00
                        > 300' Initial    50.00
                        > 300' Renewal    34.00
                    Outside Diameter of Pipe    Cost per Rod
                        < 2.0" Initial    6.00
                        < 2.0" Renewal    4.00
                        2.0" - 13" Initial    12.00
                        2.0" - 13" Renewal    8.00
                        13.1" - 25" Initial    18.00
                        13.1" - 25" Renewal    12.00
                        25.1" - 37" Initial    24.00
                        25.1" - 37" Renewal    16.00
                        > 37" Initial    48.00
                        > 37" Renewal    32.00
                    Roads, canals    
                        (permanent loss of habitat plus high
                        maintenance disturbance):    
                        Width of Easement:    
                        1' - 33' New Construction    18.00
                        1' - 33' Existing    12.00
                        33.1' - 66' New Construction    24.00
                        33.1' - 66' Existing    18.00
                    Leases    
                        (resulting in a permanent loss of a block of habitat, e.g.
                        water tanks, communication towers, reservoirs):
                        Fee will be developed through customary practices on
                        a case-by-case basis plus three-to-one mitigation for
                        loss of habitat plus assessment and value of lost land.
                    Rights-of Entry:    
                        Fee will be developed through customary practices on
                        a case-by-case basis with a minimum of $500.00 plus
                        on-site mitigation for habitat disturbance. Customary
                        practices will follow formulas developed by School
                        and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.
ITEM    215    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Wildlife Resources
            Cooperative Environmental Studies    
        From Federal Funds              11,630,100
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              450,300
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Cooperative Studies         12,080,400     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for cooperative environmental studies be nonlapsing.
ITEM    216    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Wildlife Resources Contributed Research         
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              350,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              315,900
        From Closing Nonlapsing              (331,700)
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Contributed Research         334,200     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that contributed research funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    217    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Wildlife Resources Predator Control
        From General Fund              39,300
        From Revenue Transfers - Department
                of Agriculture: Predatory Animal Control              (39,300)
ITEM    218    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Wildlife Resources Reimbursement    
        From General Fund              213,800
        From Reimbursement - General Fund Restricted -
            Wildlife Resources Account              (213,800)
ITEM    219    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Parks and Recreation
        From General Fund              8,451,800
        From Federal Funds              601,500
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              5,852,800
        From General Fund Restricted - Boating Account              2,530,400
        From General Fund Restricted - Off-Highway Vehicle Account              1,126,700
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              100,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Director / Deputy Director         298,700     
            Heritage             95,700     
            Government Relations         126,600     
            Fiscal / Accounting         701,200     
            Board                 16,400     
            Park Operations         14,615,700     
            Comprehensive Planning         232,300     
            Grants - State and Federal         173,300     
            Public Information         231,100     
            Design and Construction         353,500     
            Reservations         241,700     
            Recreation Services         1,497,000     
            Golf Fees             80,000     
CAPITAL FACILITIES - NATURAL RESOURCES              
ITEM    220    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Water Resources Cities Water Loan Fund
        From Repayments              2,128,300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              2,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing              (4,000)
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Cities Water Loan Fund         2,126,300     
ITEM    221    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Water Resources Revolving Construction Fund
        From General Fund              563,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Water Resources
                Conservation and Development Fund              3,800,000
        From Repayments              2,810,700
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              2,584,000
        From Closing Nonlapsing              (1,286,000)
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Construction Fund         8,471,700     
ITEM    222    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund
        From General Fund              1,089,500
        From Water Resources Allocation - Sales Tax Revenue              8,700,000
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Water Resources              (4,327,600)
        From Revenue Transfers - Division of Water Resources
                Construction Fund              (3,800,000)
        From Repayments              7,227,500
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              3,566,400
        From Closing Nonlapsing              (3,568,900)
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Conservation and Development Fund         8,886,900
                 It is the intent of the Legislature that, if funds are available through HB 359, those funds, up to $3,000,000, should be used to reimburse the Water Resources - Conservation and Development Fund for the state payment to the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Account..    
ITEM    223    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Wildlife Resources - Capital Budget
        From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources Account              205,000
        From Federal Funds              1,311,000
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Information and Education         275,000     
            Fisheries             1,035,000     
            Game Management         206,000     
ITEM    224    To Department of Natural Resources -
            Division of Parks and Recreation - Capital Budget
        From General Fund              865,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Boating Account              900,000
        From General Fund Restricted - Off-Highway Vehicle Account              175,000
        From Federal Funds              350,000
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              335,000
        From Beginning Nonlapsing              5,639,700
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Park Renovation and Maintenance         3,110,100     
            Riverway Enhancement         1,856,900     
            Facilities Acquisition and Development         1,023,300     
            Trails Grants         1,370,700     
            Off-Highway Trails         175,000     
            Donated Capital Projects         96,500     
            Veterans Cemetery         7,700     
            Americans with Disabilities Act Modifications         546,600     
            Parks and Recreation Trail Program         77,900     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that park renovation funding is nonlapsing.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that appropriations for Riverways and Trails be matched at least on a two local dollars to one state dollar basis.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that appropriations for Riverways and Trails be nonlapsing.
ITEM    225    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration              
        From Land Grant Management Fund              8,262,700
        Schedule of Programs:              
            Administration         565,500     
            Board                 126,700     
            Director                 796,200     
            Accounting             199,400     
            Royalty                 119,800     
            Minerals             407,900     
            Surface                 719,600     
            Forestry and Grazing         202,400     
            Inholding             1,007,600     
            Development (Operations)         763,700     
            Development (Capital)         2,000,000     
            Regulation / Contracts         294,100     
            Data Processing         515,800     
            Computer Project         544,000     
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration not spend any monies on the geographic information system and imaging system until the current business information system is determined to fit the needs of the Department.


PUBLIC EDUCATION
ITEM    226    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education
        From Uniform School Fund              13,415,500         From Federal Funds              79,522,600
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              2,185,800
        From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease Account              686,700
        From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention              330,000
        From Uniform School Fund Restricted -
            Automobile Driver's Education Account              3,800,000
        From Uniform School Fund Restricted -
            Professional Practices Account              70,000
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenue              379,200
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              4,341,300
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (4,341,300)
        Schedule of Programs:
                Board of Education         747,100
                Instructional Services         75,626,700
                Applied Technology Education         15,610,200
                Agency Support         4,810,600
                Strategic Planning         3,595,200
                     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Board of Education develop a state plan for the supervision and coordination of sign language interpreters for the deaf. This plan should take into consideration the needs of the school districts, the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, the State Office of Rehabilitation Services and any other program or institution that the State Board determines necessary. This plan should be presented to the 1998 Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee.
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Education review the Drivers Education program of each of the 40 school districts to make sure that each

district is in compliance with House Bill 21 passed during the 1996 Legislative General Session (chapter 48 of the Utah Laws 1996).
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that, if funding is made available to the Department of Human Services through the Division of Family Services or through the Division of Youth Corrections to add facility beds or community placements that will increase the number of children and youth in the custody of the State of Utah beyond those funded in education for Youth-In-Custody Services, then additional funding will be considered for the Utah State Office of Education for the educational needs of students as a supplemental appropriation in the 1998 Legislature.
ITEM    227    To State Board of Education -
            Internal Service Fund and Indirect Cost Pool
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              1,159,300
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              142,000
        From Dedicated Credits/Intragovernmental Revenue              3,178,500
        Schedule of Programs:
            Office of Superintendent - Indirect Costs         3,320,500
            Internal Service Fund         1,159,300
                Indirect Cost Pool:
                    Approved FTE - 44.6
                    Approved Capital Outlay - $72,500
                    Approved Indirect Cost Rate -
                        Nonrestricted - 18%
                    Approved Indirect Cost Rate -
                        Restricted - 10%
                Internal Service Fund
                    Approved FTE - 9.75
                    Approved Capital Outlay - $12,000
                Internal Service Fund Approved Rates
                    Printing - $17.00 per hour labor
                        .04 per copy
                        Cost plus 35% on supplies
                    Mail Room - Cost plus 25%
                    Supply Room - Cost plus 35%
ITEM    228    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
        From General Fund              80,000
        From Uniform School Fund              12,323,800
        From Federal Funds              25,370,700
        From Dedicated Credits Revenue              562,600
        From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              191,400
        From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances              (191,400)
        Schedule of Programs:
            Administration         942,900
            Rehabilitation Services         27,569,100
            Disability Determination         4,713,300
            Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing         1,338,000
            Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired         3,773,800
ITEM    229    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child Nutrition
        From Uniform School Fund              161,500
        From Federal Funds              78,032,600
        From Uniform School Fund Restricted -
            Liquor Tax Revenue              11,004,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Child Nutrition Program         89,198,100
ITEM    230    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education
        From Uniform School Fund              4,141,000
        Schedule of Programs:
            Utah State Developmental Center         964,200
            State Hospital         1,011,200
            Corrections Institutions         2,165,600
                    It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Office of Education work together with the Board of

Regents to coordinate educational services being offered to inmates at the State prison. The State Board shall also analyze the number of inmates per classroom and work with the Department of Corrections to increase the number of inmates taught per classroom. Before the State Board of Education asks for funding to educate state inmates located at county jails they will develop a report showing what classroom space is available at county jails and analyze the length of time state inmates spend at county jail.
ITEM    231    To State Board of Applied Technology Education -
            Custom Fit Training
        From Uniform School Fund              2,510,000
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