Supplementary Appropriation (1993-94) Act 1996

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Supplementary Appropriation (1993-94) Act 1996
The Laws of Bermuda
Annual Volume of Public Acts 1996 : 24
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BERMUDA
1996 : 24

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION (1993/94) ACT 1996

[Date of Assent 31 December 1996]

[Operative Date 31 December 1996]

ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES

1 Short title
2 Interpretation
3 Appropriation: Supplementary

Estimates 1993/94

FIRST SCHEDULE

SECOND SCHEDULE

WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the appropriation of the
sums which were included in the supplementary estimates for the year
ended 31 March 1994 and were expended in that year:

Be it enacted by The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and
with the advice and consent of the Senate and the House of Assembly of
Bermuda, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

Short title
1 This Act may be cited as the Supplementary Appropriation
(1993/94) Act 1996.

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Interpretation
2 In this Act the expression "Supplementary Estimates for the year
1993/94" means the supplementary estimates for that year that were
approved by resolution of the House of Assembly on 31 May 1996.

Appropriation: Supplementary Estimates 1993/94
3 In accordance with subsection (4) of section 96 of the
Constitution—

(a) the appropriation—

(i) to the purposes specified in column 2 of the
First Schedule;

(ii) of the sums specified in column 3 of that
Schedule,

being respectively purposes included in the Supple-
mentary Estimates for the year 1993/94 and sums
included in those Estimates and expended in that year;
and

(b) the expenditure in that year of the sums specified in
column 5 of the Second Schedule upon the capital
projects respectively specified in column 3 of that
Schedule,

are hereby authorised and confirmed.

FIRST SCHEDULE (Section 3(a))

Head No. Department Amount
$

1 2 3

CURRENT

Non-Ministry Departments
01 Governor & Staff 64,824

04 Attorney General's Chambers 15,908

09 Cabinet Office 258,247

Ministry of Education
16 Ministry of Education Headquarters 240,732
17 Department of Education 1,805,433

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Ministry of Health & Social Services
23 Child & Family Services 1,810,569
24 Hospitals 1,237,800

Ministry of Finance
11 Accountant General 392,045
13 Post Office 89.680
28 Social Insurance Department 110,902
39 Registrar of Companies 68,985

Ministry of Transport
30 Marine & Ports Services 30,315
34 Transport Control Department 54,403
35 Public Transportation Board 695,639

Ministry of Community & Cultural
Affairs

40 Community Services 17,414
47 Bermuda Small Business Development

Corporation
17,762

52 Cultural Affairs 4,080

Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs
07 Police Service 246,944
27 Immigration 21,331

Ministry of the Environment
32 Department of Planning 34,778
50 Ministry of the Environment HQ 35,477

Ministry of Human Affairs and
Information

56 Human Affairs 376,729

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SECOND SCHEDULE (Section 3(b))

Head
No.

Department Item Supple-
mentary
Estimates
1993/94

Actual
Expendi-
ture

$ $
1 2 3 4 5

CAPITAL

65 Works and
Engineering

Social Services

Ordnance
Island
Cruise Dock

Salvation Army
Night Shelter

730,000

230,000

730,000

230,000

68 Sinking Fund
Contribution

Contribution to
Sinking Fund

100,000 100,000