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Consolidated Fund Act 1816

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  2. II.Offices of Treasurer of Great Britain and Ireland united and may be executed by Commissioners.

  3. III.The Words Commissioners of Treasury, &c. to apply to Commissioners for executing the Offices of Treasurer of the Exchequer of Great Britain and Treasurer of Ireland.

  4. IV.A Vice Treasurer appointed.

  5. V.Vice Treasurer to take Oath before the Chancellor of Ireland.

  6. VI.Money shall be, Issued out of the Treasury of Ireland on the Warrant of the Lord Lieutenant, countersigned by the Vice Treasurer.

  7. VII.Warrants prior to Jan. 5, 1817, to be paid.

  8. VIII.Issues for Ireland to be recorded in the Exchequer of Great Britain.

  9. IX.Issues may be made from the Exchequers in Great Britain and Ireland, for Payment of Interest and Sinking Fund of National Debt, &c. without waiting for Quarterly Accounts.

  10. X.Quarterly Accounts of Consolidated Fund in Great Britain and Ireland shall be transmitted from each Country to the other, and deposited in the several Exchequers.

  11. XI.Treasury may direct the Issue of any Part of the Quarterly-Surplus of Consolidated Fund in either Exchequer, for the Purpose of Remittance to the other.

  12. XII.Issues may be made in Ireland out of the Consolidated Fund, for current Services as heretofore, and the Amount to be made good in the British Exchequer.

  13. XIII.So much of Irish Act 37 G.3 as appoints Commissioners for the Reduction of National Debt in Ireland, repealed: British Commissioners shall be commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt of the United Kingdom

  14. XIV.Two additional Commissioners of the Treasury to be appointed for Irish Business.

  15. XV.Sanction of the Lord Lieutenant shall be equivalent to that required here, tofore by the Irish Treasury (except in Revenue Cafes).

  16. XVI.Vice Treasurer and Commissioners of the Treasury may fit in Parliament.

  17. XVII.Appointment of a Commissioner of the Treasury of Great Britain, to be one for the United Kingdom, shall net vacate his Seat.

  18. XVIII.Powers of Irish Act, 35. G.3 for regulating Receipts and Issues of Irish Treasury, continued in force, except as altered by this Act.

  19. XIX.Quarterly Accounts of the Auditor General shall be examined and figured by the Vice Treasurer, and certified by him to the Treasury of the United Kingdom.

  20. XX.Weekly Abstract from Auditor General, Clerk of the Pells, and Bank of Ireland, shall be transmitted to the Vice Treasurer; and Duplicates thereof, with all other Returns and Abstracts, shall be transmitted to the Treasury of the United Kingdom.

  21. XXI.Provided always, and be it enacted, That it shall and...

  22. XXII.Certain Public Accounts to be laid annually before Parliament.

  23. XXIII.Annual Account to be laid before Parliament by the Vice Treasurer.

  24. XXIV.Vice Treasurer shall be deemed a Governor of all Corporations, and authorizing him to frank and receive Letters free.

  25. XXV.Existing Orders of the Irish Treasury declared valid, until revoked by Lord Lieutenant or Treasury of the United Kingdom.

  26. XXVI.Treasury and Revenue Accounts, &c. in Ireland, and all Accounts to Parliament, shall state the Amount of the Sums therein in British Currency.

  27. XXVII.Acquittal of Public Accountants for Money issued to them from the Treasury, &c

  28. XXVIII.Commissioners shall notify the Nature and Form of the Documents to be produced for obtaining such Quietus.

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