H. B. 2791
(By Delegates Kiss, Frederick, Gallagher, Walters, Warner,
Leggett and Clements)
(Originating in the House Committee on Finance)
[February 27, 1995]
A BILL supplementing, amending, reducing and transferring between
items of the existing appropriations from the state road
fund to the department of transportation, division of motor
vehicles, "former" account no. 6710, "WVFIMS" account no.
fund 9007, fiscal year 1995, organization 0802, as
appropriated by chapter one, acts of the Legislature, first
extraordinary session, one thousand nine hundred ninety-
four, known as the "Budget Bill".
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That the items of the total appropriations from the state
road fund to "former" account no. 6710, "WVFIMS" account no. fund
9007, fiscal year 1995, organization 0802, chapter one, acts of
the Legislature, first extraordinary session, one thousand nine
hundred ninety-four, be supplemented, amended, reduced and transferred to thereafter read as follows:
TITLE II- APPROPRIATIONS.
Section 2. Appropriations from state road fund.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
96--Division of Motor Vehicles
(WV Code Chapters 17, 17A, 17B, 17C, 17D, 20 and 24A)
"Former" Account No. 6710
"WVFIMS" Account No.
Fund 9007 FY 1995 Org 0802
1Personal Services 001 $ 3,506,056
2Annual Increment 00447,213
3Employee Benefits 0101,173,750
4Unclassified 099 11,577,400
5Optic Scan System (R) 283-0-
6Electronic Photo Operator
7 and License System (R) 284-0-
8International Fuel Tax
9 Agreement 536620,000
734,160 11 Total
Any unexpended balances remaining in the appropriations for Optic Scan System (fund 9007, activity 283) and Electronic Photo
Operator and License System (fund 9007, activity 284) at the
close of the fiscal year 1993-94 are hereby reappropriated for
expenditure during the fiscal year 1994-95.
The purpose of this bill is to transfer between items of
existing appropriation increasing the unclassified line item and
decreasing the optic scan line item and the electronic driver's
license system line item for a total decrease in the
appropriation of $550,000.