TITLE 17. EDUCATION
CHAPTER 11. TAXATION AND FISCAL AFFAIRS
PART I. AUTHORITY TO BORROW MONEY
SUBPART C. ACADEMIC FACILITIES
17:2196.3 Corporation franchise tax; dedications
So long as there shall be outstanding and unpaid the principal of and interest on any bonds or other obligations issued under this SubPart, the annual franchise tax on corporations levied by Act No. 10 of the First Extraordinary Session of 1935, approved by the Governor March 2, 1935, and the Acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto (which tax is hereinafter referred to as "corporation franchise tax") shall continue to be levied and collected and the dedications to: (a) Board of Administrators of Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans from the proceeds of the said tax in the sum and amount of $1,000,000 per annum pursuant to Act 166 of the Regular Session of 1934, as amended by Act 72 of the Regular Session of 1936 and Act 4 of the Regular Session of 1938, continued by Act [No. 97] of the 1966 Session of the Legislature being House Bill No. 621; (b) Louisiana State Board of Education from the proceeds of the said tax authorized by Act No. 6 of 1938, (c) Board of Supervisors of Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College from the proceeds of said tax in the sum and amount of $350,000 per annum pursuant to the authority of Act 54 of the Regular Session of 1950, shall be continued as therein provided. Pledges of the avails of the corporation franchise tax for payment of the outstanding bonds issued pursuant to Act 166 of the Regular Session of 1934, as amended by Act 72 of the Regular Session of 1936, and Act 4 of the Regular Session of 1938, Act No. 6 of the Regular Session of 1938, and Act No. 54 of 1950 are given full faith and effect hereunder, and such bonds and pledges are hereinafter called "prior bonds and pledges." Prior bonds and pledges include $20,000,000 additional bonds authorized by Act No. 97 of the 1966 Legislature, above referred to, provided, however, no new or additional bonds shall be issued, nor pledges or committals shall be made in the future which shall constitute a bond or pledge within the meaning of prior bonds and pledges as herein defined, nor shall any future bonds be issued secured by a pledge of corporation franchise tax which is superior to or on a arity with the lien and pledge of corporation franchise tax securing bonds authorized under this SubPart. Proceeds of corporation franchise tax remaining after payment of all sums required to be made for prior bonds and pledges are irrevocably pledged and dedicated to the payment of bonds herein authorized to be issued, and said tax avails to the extent necessary to pay principal, interest and reserve requirements, if any, on outstanding bonds issued under this SubPart shall be remitted directly by the state treasurer to issuing board. No part of any appropriation by the Legislature out of the General Fund of the State of Louisiana shall be applied to the payment of said bonds or other obligations, or the interest thereon, or any part or portion thereof. This R.S. 17:2196.1 to 17:2196.7 shall not be construed as repealing any part of Act No. 166 of the Regular Session of 1934, as amended by Act No. 72 of the Regular Session of 1936, or any part of Act No. 4 of the Regular Session of 1938, or any part of Act No. 6 of the Regular Session of 1938, or any part of Act 54 of the Regular Session of 1950, but is additional and supplemental thereto.
Added by Acts 1966, No. 376, Sec. 1.