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Statutes of Newfoundland 1998


CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

AN ACT FOR GRANTING TO HER MAJESTY CERTAIN SUMS OF MONEY FOR DEFRAYING CERTAIN EXPENSES OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1999 AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES RELATING TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE

(Assented to June 5, 1998)

Analysis

1. Short title

2. Further supply
1998-99

3. Effect of authorization

4. Transfers of funds

Schedule

MAY IT PLEASE YOUR MAJESTY-

WHEREAS it appears that the sums mentioned are required to defray certain expenses of the Public Service of Newfoundland for the financial year ending March 31, 1999 and for other purposes relating to the public service:

MAY IT THEREFORE PLEASE YOUR MAJESTY THAT-

Be it enacted by the Lieutenant-Governor and House of Assembly in Legislative Session convened, as follows:


Short title

1. This Act may be cited as the Supply Act, 1998

Further supply 1998-99

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund there may be issued by the Minister of Finance sums not exceeding $1,871,986,800 in addition to the sum of $1,010,089,200 authorized by the Interim Supply Act, 1998 the aggregate of the sums authorized to be issued under this Act and the Interim Supply Act, 1998 being $2,882,076,000.

Effect of authorization

3. The sums authorized to be issued by this Act as set out in the Schedule shall be paid and applied by the several heads of expenditure in respect of the financial year extending from April 1, 1998 to March 31, 1999 towards defraying the charges and expenses of the Public Service of Newfoundland as set out in the Schedule.

Transfers of funds

4. (1) Notwithstanding the Financial Administration Act, the Treasury Board may transfer sums voted within the Department of Human Resources and Employment to the Department of Health and Community Services during the financial year ending March 31, 1999, to facilitate expenditures for the National Child Benefit Reinvestment Fund.

(2) Notwithstanding the Financial Administration Act, the Treasury Board may transfer sums voted in the Department of Human Resources and Employment and in the Department of Health and Community Services between those Heads of Expenditure during the financial year ending March 31, 1999, to facilitate the completion of the reorganization of those departments.

(3) Notwithstanding the Financial Administration Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may transfer sums voted within one Head of Expenditure to another Head of Expenditure during the financial year ending March 31, 1999, to facilitate expenditures for Ex-Gratia and Other Payments voted within Consolidated Fund Services.

(4) Notwithstanding the Financial Administration Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council may

(a) where an expenditure has not been foreseen and not provided for by the Legislature; or

(b) where the revenues actually received by the province fall below those projected by the government,

transfer sums voted in Contingency Reserve to another Head of Expenditure during the financial year ending March 31, 1999.

(5) Expenditures shall not be charged directly against the contingency reserve fund.

 

 

Schedule

Head of Expenditure

Amount

Consolidated Fund Services

$11,052,300

Executive Council

19,403,400

Finance

30,695,000

Government Services and Lands

17,575,300

Legislature

7,373,600

Public Service Commission

918,300

Works, Services and Transportation

96,262,400

Development and Rural Renewal

19,125,100

Environment and Labour

7,521,200

Fisheries and Aquaculture

12,982,300

Forest Resources and Agrifoods

26,125,100

Industry, Trade and Technology

14,015,800

Mines and Energy

6,064,100

Tourism, Culture and Recreation

14,998,300

Education

485,431,800

Health and Community Services

712,307,200

Justice

209,323,300

Municipal and Provincial Affairs

80,601,700

Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation

66,552,800

Human Resources and Employment

3,657,800

Contingency Reserve

$1,871,986,800

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