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No. 1 of 1996. The Appropriation Act, 19%. 1 ANTIGUA


I Assent,

James B. Carlisle,

26th April, 1996.


No. 1 of 1996

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda for
the year ending on the 31st day of December, 1996.

[ 2nd May, 19% I

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 1996. shoa title.

2. The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sum of two Issueoftwohundred
hundred and forty-three million, five hundred and eighty-five and forty-three mil-
thousand, one hundred and seventy-eight dollars :: "''

($243,585,178.00) is authorized inorder t o m e e t e x t e for thousand, one bun-
the sewices of Antigua and Barbuda in respect of calendar year dred and seventy-
ending on the thirty-fit day of December, 1996, under the eight dollars.
Heads of Expenditure specified in the Schedule; and the sum
specified in the Schedule opposite a numbered and named Head Schedule.
is appropriated out of the sum of two hundred and forty-three
million, five hundred andeighty-five thousand, one hundred and
seventy-eight dollars ($243,585,178.00) for the purpose speci-
fied in relation to that numbered and named Head in the
Estimates for the year 1996.

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ANTIGUA 2 The Appropriation Act, 19%. No. 1 of 1996.


Payment - how 3. The Accountant General is authorized and required from
made time to rime upon the order or warrant of the Minister of Finance

and Social Security, to pay the sums appropriated in the Sched-
ule to the several services and purposes mentioned, as the order
or warrant directs out of the Consolidated Fund without further
order or formality.

Commencement. 4. This Act is deemed to have come into operation on the first
day of January, 1996.

(Section 2)

Heaa =S Expenditure

E 2 Legislature

E 3 Cabinet

E 4 Judicial

E 5 Service Commissions

E 6 Audit

E 7 Pensions and Gratuities

E 8 Charges on Account of the Public Debt

E 10 Prime Minister's Ministry

E 15 Ministry of Finance and Social Security

E 20 Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Commerce,
Industry and Consumer Affairs

E 25 ~%nistry of Health and Home Affairs

E 30 Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Commu-
nity Development

E 35 Ministry of Public Works, Utilities, Communica-
tions, Energy md Transpmtion


$ 342,353.00










No. 1 of 1996. The Appropriation Act, 19%. 3 ANTIGUA


E 50 Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs 24,275,825.00

E 60 Office of the Ombudsman 223,237.00

E 75 Ministry of Labour, Civil Service Affairs and Co-
operatives 8,133,253.00

E 80 Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment 14,889,576.00

TOTAL $243,585,178.00

Passed the House of Represhtives this Passed the Senate this 23rd
9th day of April, 1996. day of April, 1996.

B. Harris,

M. Percival,

S. Walker, S. Walker,
Clerk to the House of Representatives. Clerk to the Senate.

Rintd at the G ~ v e m e t t t Wanting Office, Antigua and Barbuda,
by Rupert CMW, Govement Printer

-By Authority, 1996.
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