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SB 252

SB 252

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INTRODUCED BY SENATOR KRAUS.Offered April 9, 2013.Senate Substitute adopted, April 9, 2013.Taken up for Perfection April 9, 2013. Bill declared Perfected and Ordered Printed, as amended.TERRY L. SPIELER, Secretary.0626S.05P
To repeal sections 50.535, 301.3031, 302.181, 302.183, 571.030, 571.037, 571.101,571.102, 571.104, 571.107, 571.111, 571.114, 571.117, and 571.121, and toenact in lieu thereof sixteen new sections relating to licenses issued by thedepartment of revenue, with an emergency clause for certain sections.
 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Missouri, as follows:
Section A.Sections 50.535, 301.3031, 302.181, 302.183, 571.030, 571.037,2571.101, 571.102, 571.104, 571.107, 571.111, 571.114, 571.117, and 571.121,3RSMo, are repealed and sixteen new sections enacted in lieu thereof, to be known4as sections 50.535, 301.3031, 301.3033, 302.065, 302.181, 302.183, 302.189,5571.030, 571.037, 571.101, 571.104, 571.107, 571.111, 571.114, 571.117, and6571.121, to read as follows:50.535.1.Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 50.525 to 50.745,2the fee collected pursuant to subsections 10 and 11 of section 571.101 shall be3deposited by the county treasurer into a separate interest-bearing fund to be4known as the "County Sheriff's Revolving Fund" to be expended at the direction5of the county or city sheriff or his or her designee as provided in this section.62.No prior approval of the expenditures from this fund shall be required7by the governing body of the county or city not within a county, nor shall any8prior audit or encumbrance of the fund be required before any expenditure is9made by the sheriff from this fund.This fund shall only be used by law
EXPLANATION--Matter enclosed in bold-faced brackets [thus] in this bill is not enacted and isintended to be omitted in the law.
SS SB 252210enforcement agencies for the purchase of equipment, to provide training, and to11make necessary expenditures to process applications for concealed carry12
or renewals, including but not limited to the purchase13of equipment, information and data exchange, training, fingerprinting and14background checks, employment of additional personnel, and any expenditure15necessitated by an action under section 571.114 or 571.117.If the moneys16collected and deposited into this fund are not totally expended annually, then the17unexpended balance shall remain in said fund and the balance shall be kept in18said fund to accumulate from year to year.This fund may be audited by the state19auditor's office or the appropriate auditing agency.203.Notwithstanding any provision of this section to the contrary, the21sheriff of every county, regardless of classification, is authorized to pay, from the22sheriff's revolving fund, all reasonable and necessary costs and expenses for23activities or services occasioned by compliance with sections 571.101 to24571.121.Such was the intent of the general assembly in original enactment of 25this section and sections 571.101 to 571.121, and it is made express by this26section in light of the decision in Brooks v. State of Missouri, (Mo. Sup. Ct.27February 26, 2004).The application and renewal fees to be charged pursuant to28section 571.101 shall be based on the sheriff's good faith estimate, made during29regular budgeting cycles, of the actual costs and expenses to be incurred by30reason of compliance with sections 571.101 to 571.121.If the maximum fee31permitted by section 571.101 is inadequate to cover the actual reasonable and32necessary expenses in a given year, and there are not sufficient accumulated33unexpended funds in the revolving fund, a sheriff may present specific and34verified evidence of the unreimbursed expenses to the office of administration,35which upon certification by the attorney general shall reimburse such sheriff for36those expenses from an appropriation made for that purpose.374.If pursuant to subsection
of section 571.101, the sheriff of a38county of the first classification designates one or more chiefs of police of any39town, city, or municipality within such county to accept and process applications40for
certificates of qualification to obtain a concealed carry endorsement
concealed carry permits
, then that sheriff shall reimburse such chiefs of 42police, out of the moneys deposited into this fund, for any reasonable expenses43related to accepting and processing such applications.301.3031.1.Whenever a vehicle owner pursuant to this chapter makes2an application for a military license plate, the director of revenue shall notify the
SS SB 25233applicant that the applicant may make a voluntary contribution of ten dollars to4the World War II memorial trust fund established pursuant to this section.The5director shall transfer all contributions collected to the state treasurer for credit6to and deposit in the trust fund.
Beginning August 28, 2013, the director of 
revenue shall no longer collect the contribution authorized by this
92.There is established in the state treasury the "World War II Memorial10Trust Fund".The state treasurer shall credit to and deposit in the World War II11memorial trust fund all amounts received pursuant to this section, and any other12amounts which may be received from grants, gifts, bequests, the federal13government, or other sources granted or given for purposes of this section.143.The Missouri veterans' commission shall administer the trust fund. The15trust fund shall be used to participate in the funding of the National World War16II Memorial to be located at a site dedicated on November 11, 1995, on the17National Mall in Washington, D.C.184.The state treasurer shall invest moneys in the trust fund in the same19manner as surplus state funds are invested pursuant to section 30.260.All20earnings resulting from the investment of moneys in the trust fund shall be21credited to the trust fund.The general assembly may appropriate moneys22annually from the trust fund to the department of revenue to offset costs incurred23for collecting and transferring contributions pursuant to subsection 1 of this24section.The provisions of section 33.080 requiring all unexpended balances25remaining in various state funds to be transferred and placed to the credit of the26ordinary revenue fund of this state at the end of each biennium shall not apply27to the trust fund.
301.3033.1.Whenever a vehicle owner pursuant to this chapter
makes an application for a military license plate, the director of 
revenue shall notify the applicant that the applicant may make a
voluntary contribution of ten dollars to the World War I memorial trust
fund established pursuant to this section.The director shall transfer
all contributions collected to the state treasurer for credit to and
deposit in the trust fund.
2.There is established in the state treasury the "World War I
Memorial Trust Fund".The state treasurer shall credit to and deposit
in the World War I memorial trust fund all amounts received pursuant
subsection 1 of this section and any other amounts which may be

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