Appropriation (Capital Development) (2010-2011) Act 2010


Published: 2010-06-30

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EXTRAORDINARY

OFFICIAL GAZETTE
THE BAHAMAS
PUBLISHED BY AliTHORITY

NASSAU 30'h June, 2010

APPROPRIATION (CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT)
(2010/2011) ACT, 2010

Arrangement of Sections

Section
I. Short title ............... ................................ ................................................................. 2
2. lnterpretation ....................................... ................................................................... 2
3. Authority for payment... ...... ............................ ..................................................... . 2

SCHEDULE 4

No. 10 of2010

APPROPRIATION (CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT)
(2010/2011) ACT, 2010

AN ACT FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF THE SUM OF TWO
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE MILLION, THREE HUNDRED AND

TWENTY-NINE THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN
DOLLARS FOR AND TOWARDS DEFRAYING THE EXPENSES OF

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE
BAHAMAS FOR CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FINANCIAL

YEAR ENDING 30TH JUNE, 2011

(Date of Assent -29th June, 2010)

Enacted by the Parliament of The Bahamas

1. Short title.

This Act may be cited as the Appropriation (Capital Development) (20 I 012011)
Act, 2010.

2. Interpretation.

In this Act, "development expenditure" means expenditure for capital
development within The Bahamas.

3. Authority for payment

(I) There may be paid out of the Treasury upon the authority of a warrant
under the hand of the Minister of Finance during the financial year
beginning on the I" day of July, 2010 and ending on the 30'h day of June,
2011, the several sums of money in respect of development expenditure
set forth in the Schedule.

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(2) In the financial year referred to in subsection (I), not more than two
hundred and sixty-five million, three hundred and twenty-nine thousand,
one hundred and twenty-seven dollars may be paid in total under the
provisions of this section.

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SCHEDULE

(Section 3)

HEAD OF EXPENDITURE SUM GRANTED
... . . - . .... . . .. ··--·· .. - .. _ ... ·--·· ---·-- ....... .

11. Prisons Department - ·-----·--f---· _4_~.000~·
21. Sundry Capital Expenditure 88,100,000

23. Customs Department -J -~75,ooo--
29. Ministry of National Security ·- I --1.000,000 .J
31. Royal Bahamas Police Force I ,213,200 I
32. Royal Bahamas Defence Force 2,114, 743
----+~---------------------------+-----------~:
33. Ministry of Public Works & Transport I 140,009,484 I
38._ --+M __ m_is_try~o_f_Ed_u_c_an_·o_n _________ _____ -r! ___ 1_7_,2_8_9._7_57 __ ~~·
39. College of The Bahamas 2,000,000 _j
45. Department of Housing ---------------J..I ·-·l.l~ _j
47. Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture j 1,388,325 __ I
52. Department of Civil Aviation _j__ 1,788,300 . J
56. Ministry of Agriculture & Marine Resources j_ 2,833,543 J
I 60_ . Mmistry of Health I - 1,230,000 --

--~--~----------·-----------~-----------
6~. ---+-P_ub_h_·c_H_osp_:_i_ta_ls_A_u_th_o_ri...:..ty _ _ ___ - ------t--- 3_,_58_6_, 7_7_5 __ -1

jTotal 265,329,127

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