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No. 2 of 2004. l%e Appmpriation Act, 2001. 1 ANTIOVA


'[ L.S. ]

I Assent,

James B. Carlisle,

27th April, 2004


No. 2 of 2004

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda
for the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2004.

[ 29th April, 2004 ]

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as
follows -

1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 2004. short title.

2. The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sum of four
hundred and forty-threemillion, four hundred and two thou-
sand, four hundred and four dollars ($443,402,404.00) is au-
thorized in order to meet expenditure for the services of Antigua
and Barbuda in respect of calendar year ending on the thirty-
fust day of December, 2004, under the Heads of Expenditure
specified in the Schedule; and the sum specified in the Sched-
ule opposite a numbered and named Head is appropriated out
of the sum of four hundred and forty-three million, four hun-
dred and two thousand, four hundred and four dollars
($443,402,404.00) for the purpose specified in relation to that
numbered and named Head in the Estimates for the year 2004.

Issue of four
hundred and
million, four
hundred and two
thousand, four
hundred and four


3. The Accountant General is authorized and required from Payment - how
time to time upon the order or warrant of the Minister of F3-

ANTIGUA 2 Zie Appropriation Act, 2004. No. 2 of 2004.


nance, to pay the sums appropriated in the Schedule to the sev-
eral services and purposes mentioned, as the order or warrant
directs out of the Consolidated Fund without further order or

Commencement. 4. This Act is deemed to have come into operation on the
first day of January, 2004.

(Section 2)

Head of Expenditure

1 OEce of the Governor General

2 Legislature

3 Cabinet

4 Judicial

5 Service Commissions

6 Audit

7 Pensions and Gratuities

8 Public Debt

9 Electoral Commission



10 Prime Minister's Ministry 79,343,811

15 Ministry of Finance and the Economy 52,238,195

20 Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Environment,
Marine Resources and Food Protection

25 Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs 76,346,307

30 Ministry of Education, Human Development and Culture 78,690,853

40 Ministry of Public Works and Communications 56,172,092

No. 2 of 2004. The Appropriation Act, 2004. 3 ANTIGUA


45 Ministry of Social Transformation 7,903,527

50 Attorney General and Ministry of Legal Affairs 13,063,649

60 Office of the Ombudsman 336,950

80 Ministry of Tourism, Foreign Affairs,
International Transport and Trade


Passed the House of Representatives this Passed the Senate this 8th day
7th day of April, 2004. of April, 2004.

D.G. Isaac-Arrindell,

S. Walker,
Clerk to the House of Representatives.

E. Mansoor,

S. Walker,
Clerk to the Senate.

Printed at the G o v ~ Printing Office, Antigua and Bubvdn
by Walter A. hhshh, G o v m m d Miter

-By A m , 2004.
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