California Laws - Military and Veterans Code
DIVISION 6. VETERANS BUILDINGS, MEMORIALS, AND CEMETERIES
CHAPTER 8. CALIFORNIA MEXICAN AMERICAN VETERANS' MEMORIAL BEAUTIFICATION AND ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT (1340-1341)

CHAPTER 8. CALIFORNIA MEXICAN AMERICAN VETERANS' MEMORIAL BEAUTIFICATION AND ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT (1340-1341) (2744)(1-click HTML)

1340. The California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Account is hereby created in the General Fund. All funds received by the Department of Veterans Affairs under Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 1330) shall be deposited in the account for the design and construction of the California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial as specified in Section 1341. (2745)

1341. (a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, all funds deposited in the California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Account established pursuant to Section 1340 are hereby continuously appropriated, without regard to fiscal year, to the Department of Veterans Affairs for the beautification and enhancement of an existing memorial and surrounding grounds at the State Capitol pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 1330). (2746)

(b) On July 1, 2014, any moneys remaining in the California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Account shall revert to the General Fund. (2747)

  

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