SENATE BILL NO. 596
(By Senators Helmick, Whitlow, Bailey, Love,
Plymale, Sharpe and Minear)
[Originating in the Committee on Finance;
reported March 6, 1995.]
A BILL making supplementary appropriation of public moneys out of
the treasury from the balance of available moneys remaining
unappropriated for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth day of
June, one thousand nine hundred ninety-five, to the department
of commerce, labor and environmental resources, division of
environmental protection--mines and minerals operation fund,
"former" account no. 8540, "WVFIMS" account no. fund 3324,
fiscal year 1995, organization 0313, supplementing and
amending chapter one, acts of the Legislature, first
extraordinary session, one thousand nine hundred ninety-four,
known as the budget bill.
Whereas, The governor has established that there now remains
unappropriated a balance in "former" account no. 8540, "WVFIMS"
account no. fund 3324. fiscal year 1995, organization 0313,
available for further appropriation during the fiscal year 1994-1995, a portion of which is hereby appropriated by the terms of
this supplementary appropriation bill; therefore
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That the total appropriation to "former" account no. 8540,
"WVFIMS" account no. fund 3324, fiscal year 1995, organization
0313, chapter one, acts of the Legislature, first extraordinary
session, one thousand nine hundred nine-four, known as the budget
bill, be supplemented and amended thereafter to read as follows:
Sec. 3. Appropriations from other funds.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, LABOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
134--Division of Environmental Protection--
Mines and Minerals Operations Fund
(WV Code Chapter 22)
"Former" Account No. 8540
"WVFIMS" Account No.
Fund 3324 FY 1995 Org 0313
1Personal Services001$ 1,682,290
The purpose of this supplementary appropriation bill is to
supplement this account in the budget act for fiscal year 1994-1995
by adding seven hundred thousand dollars to the unclassified line
item. These moneys shall be available for expenditure upon passage
of this bill.