Effect of repeal or amendment of statute authorizing state agency to collect, receive and expend moneys
(1) The repeal of a statute or the deletion by amendment of a part thereof that granted or conferred power to any state officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department, agency or other state organization to collect, receive and expend moneys for or on behalf of the state or for any purpose authorized by law does not affect or impair any act done, or right accruing, accrued or acquired, or liability, or obligation to pay the state a license or other fee, or payment exacted or required by law to be made or authorized by the repealed or amended statute and the rules, regulations and orders, if any, promulgated thereunder and in effect at the time of the repeal or amendment, unless otherwise specifically provided by law. In the event of such repeal or amendment of a statute, the Secretary of State may determine, collect and disburse any moneys due the state, or payable by or through the state, representing such license or other fee, or payment exacted or required by law in accordance with the provisions of such repealed or amended statute and such rules, regulations and orders promulgated thereunder, and as otherwise provided by law, in order to secure the full force, effect and operation of such statute up to the time of its repeal or amendment, but not thereafter.
(2) Upon repeal or amendment of a statute as described in subsection (1) of this section, so much as may be necessary, and no more, of the balance in the General Fund appropriated for the use, operation and function of the state officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department, agency or other state organization is transferred to the Secretary of State for the payment of all expenses incurred by the Secretary of State in winding up and concluding administration of the repealed or amended statute, as authorized in subsection (1) of this section. If the balance of the unexpended appropriation is insufficient to cover the costs and expenses of the Secretary of State in administering and concluding the operation of the repealed or amended statute, the secretary may request transfer or appropriation of any funds, accounts and receipts belonging to the state in the custody or control of such state officer, board, commission, corporation, institution, department, agency or other state organization, to cover in full the costs of winding up and concluding the administration of the statute. [1955 c.73 §1; 2005 c.755 §3]
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