Appropriation (Capital Development) (2013-2014) Act 2013


Published: 2013-07-01

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APPROPRIATION (CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT)
(2013/2014) ACT, 2013

Arrangement of Sections

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

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No. 11 of 2013

. APPROPRIATION (CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT)
(2013/2014) ACT, 2013

AN ACT FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF THE SUM OF TWO
HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIVE MILLION, ONE HUNDRED AND

NINETY THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE 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, 2014
[DateofAssent-l"July,2013]

Enacted by the Parliament of The Bahamas

1. Short title .

This Act may be cited as the Appropriation (Capital Development) (2013/2014)
Act, 2013.

2. Interpretation.

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

3. Authority for payment.

(1) There may be paid out of the Treasury upon the authority of a warrant
under the baud of the Minister of Finauce during the fmancial year
beginning on the 1" day of July, 2013 and ending on the 3 Ofu day of June,
2014, 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 (1), not more than two
hundred and ninety-five million, one hundred and ninety thousand, two
hundred and sixty-one dollars, may be paid in total under the provisions of
this section.

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1 SCHEDULE

(Section 3)

HEAD OF EXPENDITURE SUM GRANTED

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11. Prisons Department 650,000

21. Sundry Capital Expenditure 115,600,000

23. Customs Department 4,213,000

29. Ministry ofNational Security 500,000

31. Royal Bahamas Police Force 4,190,000

32. Royal Bahamas Defence Force 28,124,413

33. Ministry of Public Works & Urban Development lll,979,248

38. Ministry of Education, Science and Technology 16,378,600

39. College of The Bahamas 3,000,000

45. Department of Housing 750,000

47. Ministry ofYouth, Sports & Culture 2,635,000

52. Department of Civil Aviation 2,200,000

56. Ministry of Agriculture & Marine Resources 2,935,000

60. Ministry of Health 1,035,000


65. Department of Environmental Health Services 1,000,000

TOTAL 295,190,261

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