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. 45


GREEN A DA


Government Gazette




VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26,1961. [No. 45.
VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, !U61. [No. 45.


GRENADA, W.I.


J. M. LLOYD,
Administrator,


NOTICE

West Indies Census of Agriculture, 1961


I HEREAS Article 57 (2) of the Constitution
1 oof The West Indies provides that a law of
the Federal Legislature may include provision
conferring powers or imposing duties, or authoris-
ing the conferring of powers or imposition of duties,
upon the Governor of a Territory or any officer or
authority ot a Territory, but that no such provision
shall have effect in relation to any Territory unless
the Governor of that Territory has declared by
notice in the official Gazette of that Territory that
he consents to its having effect:
AND WHEREAS Section 7 (2) of the Census and
Statistics Act, 1959, provides that the oath required
to be taken and subscribed by every person
employed in the execution of any duty under the
Act shall be taken before such person as msy be
prescribed:
AND WHEREAS regulation 3 of the Census and
Statistics (Oath of Secrecy) Regulations, 1960,
prescribes that the oath may be taken before
officers of this Territory :
AND WHEREAS section 8 of the Census and
Statistics Act, 1959, authorises the Governor-
General to enter into an arrangement with the


Governor of a Territory providing for any matter
necessary or expedient for the purpose of carrying
out or giving effect to the provisions of the Act
including the execution of any power conferred or
duty imposed on an authorised officer by that Act
by an officer of that Territory.
AND WHEREAS section 9 of the said Act auth-
orises the appointment of any person as an auth-
orised officer for the purposes of that Act:
AND WHEREAS regulation 2 of the Census and
Statistics (Agriculture) Regulations, 1961, pre-
scribes the particulars and information to be fur-
nished under that Act :
Now THEREFORE, I hereby declare that I con-
sent to the above provisions, namely, sections 7 (2),
8 and 9 of the census and Statistics Act, 1959,
regulation 3 of the Census and Statistics (Oaths of
Secrecy) Regulations, 1960, and regulation 2 of the
Census and Statistics (Agriculture) Regulations,
1961, having effect in relation to this Territory.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE


No. 200.
T HE undermentioned Ordinance which has been
assented to by his His Honour the Adminis-
trator, is published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 11 of 1961-An Ordinance to amend the
Brewery Ordinance, 1960.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, tlhe Public Library, the Trea-
sury, District Revenue Offices, Post Offices and
Police Stations.
26.th August, 1961.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 26, 1961.-(No. 45.)


NOTICE

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951


OTICE is hereby given under section 52(5) of the above Ordinance, that the undermentioned Legis-
lative Council candidate in the By-Election for the Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George
(South), which was held on the 14th day of August, 1961, for the return of a member to the said
Council, has been elected in the electoral district aforesaid according to the Return made to me as stated
hereunder, to serve in the Legislative Council of the Colony of Grenada :-


Name

ERIC MATTHEW GAIRY


Electoral District

Parish of Saint George (South)


No. of Votes

1258


Dated the 23rd day of August, 1961.


NICHOLAS GOODING,
Acting Supervisor of Elections.


NOTICE

The Department of Technical Co-operation

HER Majesty's Government has announced the
establishment of a new Department of Tech-
nical Co-operation with Headquarters at Carlton
House Terrace, and the postal address is Depart-
ment of Technical Co-operation, Carlton House
Terrace, S.W.I. The Act establishing this Depart-
ment received the Royal Assent on 22nd June, and
opening day of the department was 24th July,
1961. The Minister in charge of this Department
with the title of Secretary for Technical Co-opera-
tion is the Right Honourable Dennis Vosper, T.D.,
M.P. The Director-General is Sir Andrew Cohen,
K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., O.B.E.
2. This Department is established for the
purpose of co-ordinating, promoting and carrying
out arrangements for furnishing countries outside
the United Kingdom with technical assistance,
including in particular assistance in the fields of
economic development, administration and social
services. The new Department will work within
the broad lines of overseas policy as determined by
the Foreign Secretary, the Commonwealth Secre-
tary and the Colonial Secretary, and one important
aspect of the new Department's duties will be the
provision of experts of all kinds. It will also pro-
vide certain facilities for education and training
in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, equipment
for schools and colleges and teaching hospitals and
so on.
3. The new Department will also take over
from the Colonial Office all work in connection
with technical assistance from official non-United
Kingdom sources, i.e. from other Commonwealth
Governments and from foreign Governments and
from international bodies such as the United
Nations and the U.N. Specialised Agencies. It
follows that where, in pursuance of various
communications from the Colonial Office, applica-
tions for non-United Kingdom technical assistance
(or copies of such applications or correspondence
about them) are now sent to the Colonial Office,
they should in future be sent to the new
Department.
Furthermore, the Secretary for Technical Co-
operation will in future be responsible for sending


any further guidance or instructions which may
be required from time to time on these matters.

Administrator's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada. W.I.
1st August, 1961.


DEPARTMENT NOTICE

Issue of Warrants under the Water Supply
Ordinance Cap. 240

N TOTICE is hereby given that under the Water
Supply Ordinance, warrants will be issued to
the several- Bailiffs for the recovery of all taxes
due for the year 1961 and previous years, together
with the fines due thereon which may be unpaid
after the 31st August, 1961.


The treasury ,
St. George's.


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES
ORDINANCE

N pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above Ordin-
ance, I hereby give notice that a copy of the
diagram and report of Norris R. Williams, Assis-
tant Surveyor, Public Works Department, of a
Survey made at the request of Mr. Henry Trater-
ham on 21st April, 1961, of a lot of land situate at
Florida in the parish of Saint John, has been
lodged in the office of the Chief Registrar of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Lee-
ward Islands at Grenada.
Dated this 23rd day of August, 1961.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Acting Chief Registrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's.
Grenada, W.I.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 26, 1961.-(No. 45.)


NOTICE

THE holder of Treasury receipt No. 573000 is
hereby requested to contact the Superinten-
dent of Forestry and Lands at the Botanic Gardens
as soon as possible.

J. S. ROSS,
Superintendent of Forestry
and Lands.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME



APPLICATIONS are invited for the four
.Agricultural Apprenticeships shortly to become
vacant in the Department of Agriculture.
2. The course of training will be for a period of
one year, and will commence on the 1st October,
1961. Successful candidates will be required to
reside at:
Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station-October to
December, 1961.
Westerhall Agricultural Station-January to
March, 1962.
Mt. Horne and Boulogne Cocoa Stations-April
to June, 1962.
Arrangements are being made for district or
estate field work in any part of Grenada or Carria-
cou during the period July-September.
3. Successful candidates will receive an allowance
of one Dollar ($1.00) per working day during the
period of the course and will be required to make
their own arrangements for board and lodge,
although quarters may be provided where they are
available.
4. The Government accepts no responsibility for
providing employment to Apprentices on the
completion of their Course.
5. Applicant, who should be between the ages of
18 and 24 should state age, school or schools
attended with standard or certificate attained,
past and present employment, and emoluments
earned at the present time, experience in agriculture
and the facilities which they expect will be available
to them for practising agriculture after their period
of Apprenticeship.
6. Applications should be addressed to the Super-
intendent of Agriculture, Tanteen, St. George's, and
should reach that address not later than 10th
September, 1961. The envelope containing the
application should be marked Apprenticeship"
on the outside.
7. Testimonials which will not be returned,
should accompany the application.

G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.

Tanteen,
St. George's,
4th August, 1961.


ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected Strains
of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1962

A charge of five cents (5c.) will be made
for each Cocoa Plant payable in advance

PERSONS desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttings from the Cocoa Stations for planting
in 1962, should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled: Application Form for
Rooted Cocoa Cuttings Propagated for Distribution
by the Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme of
Grenada."
2. Application forms should be fowarded in
dupli':ate to the Cocoa Agronomist, Mt. Horne
Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's on or before the 31st
August, 1961. Applications received after the
31st August will neither be acknowledged nor con-
sidered.
3. Application forms are available at the De-
partment of Agriculture, all Agricultural and Cocoa
Stations, District Revenue Offices, and from mem-
bers of the Extension Staff of the Department of
Agriculture.
4. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings will be transported
free of cost to the applicant at a point as near as
possible to the site at which they are to be planted,
and accessible at the time to the motor vehicle
conveying the plants. Applicants who possess
means of transport may be required to use them.
5. The conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings will be issued are as follows:-
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be in-
spected by an authorised officer, as soon as
possible after the receipt of the application,
for the purpose of determining the suita-
bility of the site in regard to altitude, soil
type, wind protection and other ecological
and enxircmental conditions. The appli-
cant will then be notified whether or not
the area is approved for planting.
(ii) if for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, on
allocation of plants will be made to the
applicant.
(iii) if the area is declared suitable, an authorised
Officer will inform the applicant what mini-
mum action is required of him by the De-
partment of Agriculture in regard to pro-
vision of ground shade, windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render
all assistance, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will be
issued will be that which will contain fifty
(50) rooted cuttings planted at a spacing of
12'x12" in a block. The area to be planted
will be re-inspected by an authorised officer
immediately before the proposed date of
delivery of the plants, for the purpose of ascer-
taining whether all conditions have been
satisfactorily fulfilled, and whether the area
is in a suitable state of preparation for
planting.


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(v) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agriculture will make periodic inspections
of the replanted areas, as often as may be
considered necessary, h r the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
plants.
(vi) Applicants are advised to take advant age of
the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the Cocoa Stations and other
plots, where replanting with rooted cocoa
cuttings have already been undertaken.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest
possible use of all information that is
available.
G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture & Chairman,
Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


GRENADA

COURT NOTICES

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands

(ORIGINAL JURISDICTION)
Suit No. 71 of 1961.
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ORDINANCE
(CAP. 47)
And
IN THE MATTER OF TRUE BLUE BEACH RESORTS LTD.

fTAKE notice that by an Order dated the 17th
day of July, 1961 made by the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands and Leward Islands,
Grenada, upon the application of ERNEST
CLARENCE WILKINSON, the Official Receiver and
Provisional Liquidator of the above-named com-
pany, it was ordered that the following persons be
appointed a Committee of inspection to act with
the liquidators namely: JACOB GARZON of the
parish of St. George in the island of Grenada, hold-
ing a general power of Attorney from Ingenieria de
Canalizacionnes C. A. (Genieca) the petitioning
Creditor, GORDON MUNRO of the parish and island
aforesaid holding a general power of Attorney from
Geo. F. Huggins & Co. (G/da.) Ltd., and HAROLD
EDGAR LYLE HOSTEN of the said parish and island
afo said holding a general power of Attorney from
JAMES TONG and others.
ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Oficial Receiver and Provisional
Liquidator.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada, W.IL


GRENADA

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands



(ORIGINAL JURISDICTION)

Suit No. 71 of 1961
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ORDINANCE
(CAP. 47)

And
IN THE MATTER OF TRUE BLUE BEACH RESORTS LTD.

BY Order of the 17th day of July, 1961, Mr.
DAVID CUKE, Chartered Accountant of the
island of Barbados, and Mr. HENRY LIStE
WEBSTER of St. George's, Grenada, have been
appointed liquidators of the above-named Company
with a Committee of inspection.

Dated this 5th day of August, 1961.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Official Receiver and Provisional
Liquidator.



In The Supreme Court Of The Windward Islands
And Leeward Islands (Grenada)




OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House in the
town of St. George on Tuesday the 10th day of
October, 1961, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon when
all concerned and bound over to prosecute or to
give evidence or summoned as Jurors or witnesses
are required to give their personal attendance, and
all officers who have taken Inquisitions, Depositions,
Examinations, Recognizances or other papers
cognizable by the Court are required to return the
same without delay to this office.
Dated this 12th day of August, 1961.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
A cting Chief Registrar, Supreme Court.

Registrar's Office
St. George's,
Grenada, W.I.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 26, 1961.-(No. 45). 249

Report of the Director of Audit of Trinidad and Tobago on the Accounts of the Board of the Commissioners
of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for the year ended 31st December, 1960




Currency Ordinance Chapter 35, No. 2, Trinidad and Tobago

The Currency Ordinance Chapter 35, No. 2 was repealed and replaced by Ordinance No. 15 of 1959
with effect from 1st April, 1960. Similar amendments were enacted by the other participating
Governments.

Currency Fund

2. The excess of $4,765,210.60 held in the liquid portion of the Currency Fund at 31st December,
1959 and referred to in paragraph 4 of my report for the year 1959 was approved by the Secretary of
State on 19th May, 1960.

British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) (Currency Surplus) Account

3. The balance of $2,516,425.87 standing to the credit of this account includes the amount of
$69,529.86 payable to participating Governments in respect of the year 1959 and the sum of
$2,446,896.01 to be shared in accordance with the scale set out in paragraph 5 (2) of the Agreement.
It is understood that allocations of this amount haven ot yet been made as the Board, acting under the
proviso to paragraph 5 (2) of the Agreement is considering an amendment to the scale.

Cash and Securities with Crown Agents

4. A Statement of cash and securities held by the Crown Agents on behalf of the Board at 31st
December, 1960, has been seen, but the certificate of the Comptroller and Auditor General has not
yet been received.

Securities in respect of Loans to Governments participating in the Currency Agreement

5. The figure of $9,847,050 representing the Nominal value of securities in respect of loans to
Governments participating in the Currency Agreement is shown as the Market value.

Audited Statements from participating Territories
6. Audited statements of the currency transactions during the year 1960 have not been received
from St. Kitts and British Guiana. Verification of these transactions, however, has been made from
Vault Book Returns received from these Territories by the Executive Commissioner in Trinidad.

Verification of Abstracts
7. The verification of abstracts prepared by participating Governments under paragraph 7 (3) of
the Agreement has not been carried out at least once a quarter by a Board of Survey in accordance with
paragraph 7 (6) in Grenada, St. Kitts and St. Lucia.

Boards of Survey
8. All Boards of Survey were unable to comply with Regulation 10 (4) of the Currency (Coin)
Regulations, 1955 as reported at paragraph 8 of my report for the year 1958 and paragraph 6 of my
report for the year 1959.

M. LEE SING,
Ag. Director ofAudit.


14th July, 1961.












250 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 26, 1961,--(No, 45.)

Memorandum on Report of Director of Audit on Accounts of the Board for the year 1960





Boards of Survey

Paragraphs 7 & 8.-As stated in my memorandum on the Report of the Director of Audit on the
accounts of the Board for the year 1959, a Board of Survey is appointed by the Governor of each
Territory to survey stocks of currency held by the British Currency Board in the Territory, and thus the
Board of Survey acts quite independently of the Currency Board. A copy of the Report of the Director
of Audit is submitted to the Government of each participating Territory and the Government of any
Territory at which the requirements of the Currency (Notes) Regulations and the Currency (Coin)
Regulations, dealing with the Boards of Survey, have not been complied with, is requested to ensure
that the Board of Survey complies with the Regulations when effecting future surveys.

The attention of the Administrators of Grenada and St. Lucia has been drawn to the comments
of the Director of Audit in paragraph 7; with a request that steps be taken to ensure that an ordinary
survey is held each quarter of a year and in addition a surprise survey each year. The Financial Secre-
tary of St. Kitts has already expressed regret for the omission to effect a survey in the third quarter of
1960 and has stated that "steps have been taken to impress upon newly appointed members of the
Board of Survey the necessity for regularity in the performance of their duties."

The Currency (Coin) Regulations require that the seals of the Royal Mint on each container be
inspected by the Board at each Survey. In some of the Leeward and Windward Islands where Barclays
Bank D.C.O. acts as Agent of the Board, it is not always practicable to inspect all of the seals owing
to limited space. The containers are however in the sole custody of the Bank and the Bank has under-
taken to deliver the containers with the seals intact. Stocks of coin held in those Islands are diminish-
ing as the exchange operation nears completion and it should soon be practicable for the seals of the
Royal Mint on each container to be inspected at each survey in all the Islands. At Trinidad where
the main stock of coins is held it would be lengthy and costly exercise involving the unpacking and
repacking of the entire contents of the coin vault for inspection of all of the seals. Boards of Survey
in consequence inspect a varying precentage of the seals at each survey and the percentage inspected
is stated in the report on the Survey.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

Treasury Building,
Trinidad.
18th July, 1961.




ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR 1960

INCOME ACCOUNT


To : Personal Emoluments
Rental of Vaults
Rental of Offices
Rental of Incinerators
Incidentals including electricity
Telephones
Postage & Telegrams-Headquarters ..
Furniture & Equipment-Area
Printing & Stationery-Headquarters ..
Supplies of Notes
Intercolonial transfer of notes and coins
Audit of Accounts
Travelling & Subsistence expenses-Commissioners
Agency Fees-Barclays Bank D.C.O.
Bicycle Allowance-Messengers
Supplies of Coins
Repatriation of U.K. Coins
Provident Fund-Board's Contribution
Extraordinary Expenditure :-
Electric Hoist & removing Cancelling Machines


Transferred to Currency Fund (Article 4 (2) (c)
of Currency Agreement)
Transferred to Currency Surplus Account
(Article 4 (3) of Currency Agreement)


$ c.
172,169.88
2,146.00
4,856.60
240.00
2,898.60
264.38
613.34
862.09
2,577.65
73,214.32
8,265.91
1,490.00
1,350.47
6,240.00
59.90
73,620.67
2,741.14
5,584.40

887.17


$ c.



















360,082.52


992,987.22

2,446,896.01

$3,799.965.75


By : Dividends on securities held by the Crown Agents
on behalf of Currency Fund
Interest on deposits in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated
Fund on behalf of Currency Fund
Interest on deposits in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated
Fund on behalf of Income Account
Dividens from Local Loans
Commission on notes issued for sterling
Commission on notes redeemed for sterling
Commission on coins issued for sterling

Sundries.


CURRENCY FUND


To : Currency notes redeemed for sterling ..
Coins burnt at British Guiana and redeemed
Loss on Securities repaid
Loss on sale of Securities.
Depreciation in value of securities
Balance at 31st December, 1960


9,997,000.00
150.00
3,900.00
166,939.02
3,584,037.80
100,291,709.60


By : Balance at 1st January, 1960 .
Currency notes issued for sterling
Coins issued for sterling .
Coins issued in exchange .
Gain on securities repaid .
Gain on Securities sold .. ..
Appreciation in values of securities ..
Transferred from Income A/C (Article 4 (2) (c) of
Currency Agreement) ..
Amount transferred from Currency Surplus A/C being a
amount transferred at 31st December from Income
Account .. ..


96,515,485.30
15,378,000.00
254,965.00
44,910.00
936.46
31,287.98
825,124.46

992,987.22


40.00

$114,043,736.42


S$114,043,736.421 jj _


$ c.

2,943,372.54

550,000.36

86,689.06
117,483.66
57,667.51
43,736.86
956.14

59.62














$3,799,965.75


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CURRENCY SURPLUS ACCOUNT


To : Payments :

Government of:

Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados


$ c.



1,062,260.80
.. 482,845.84
.. 193,138.32


Leeward Islands


Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat


34,764.90
56,435.22
11,588.30


Windward Islands


Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica


28,970.76
19,149.82
38,299.62
17,382.44


Amount transferred to Currency Fund, being amount
over transferred from Income A/C. at 31st
December, 1959 .

Balance at 31st December, 1960 for distribution to the
Governments participating in the Currency Agree-
ment-vide article 5 (2)


1,944,836.02




40.0C


2,516,425.87

$4,461,301.89


By : Balance at 1st January, 1960
Amount transferred from Income Account (Article 4 (3)
of Currency Agreement


$ c.
2,014,405.88

2,446,896.01



























$4,461,301.89


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ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1960

- 1 II


Liabilities

Currency Fund
Currency Surplus Account
Provident Fund
Amounts advanced for payments on behalf of
Board by :-
Governments of Antigua
Barbados
Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Kitts-Nevis
St. Lucia
Unpaid labourer's wages








Barclays Bank D.C.O. deposit for issue of notes and
coins pending payment of sterling in London


$ c.
100,291,709.60
2,516,425.87
27,932.64


6.74
3,969.63
22.50
45.39
25.87
41.89
9.86



$102,840,189.99




$5,020.500.00


Assets

Securities held by Crown Agents (Nominal Value)
($88,283,754.52) ...
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund ..
Inter Territorial Loans. Debentures held at Headquarters
of the Board .
Cash on deposit with Crown Agents
Cash on deposit in Barclays Bank D.C.O. Current Account
United Kingdom coins in Commissioners Vaults awaiting
shipment for redemption
United Kingdom coins shipped to Crown Agents not yet
redeemed
Receipts on behalf of Board due from -
Governments of British Guiana .
Grenada
St. Vincent. .



*Market value at 31st December, 1960 .
Market value at 31st December of Securities lodged by
Barclays Bank D.C.O. with Crown Agents for Oversea
Governments and Administrations


* 79,616,152.52
13,289,452.50

9,853,050.00
2,940.26
15,687.97

12,000.00

44,904.00

5,329.98
375.01
297.75

$102,840,189.99


$5,020,500.00


Audit Certificate

The above Accounts have been examined in accord-
ance with Article 7 of the 1st Schedule to the Currency
Ordinance No. 15-1959 (Trinidad and Tobago. I have
obtained all the information and explanations that I have
required, and I certify as a result of this audit, that in my
opinion the Accounts are correct, subject to the observa-
tions contained in the attached Report.


14th July, 1961.


M. LEE SING,
Ag. Director of Audit.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.













PROVIDENT FUND

Income Account


To : Interest distributed :
Employees' contributions
Board's contributions
Reserve Account


$ c.
262.72
.. ..525.16
72.68


By : Interest from deposits in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated
Fund
Interest on Government of Trinidad and Tobago 6-%o
Debentures 1976-81


$ 860.56



Capital Account


Payments made to employees on resignation
Transferred to Reserve Account on resignation
of employees
Balance at 31st December, 1960 :
Employees' Account .. .. $
Board's Account .. .. .. $


$ c.
1,383.71

. .. 2,821.37


8,115.85
16,171.85


$ 24,287.70


Balance at 1st January, 1960 :
Employees' Account ..
Board's Account

Employees' contributions
Board's contributions ..

Interest accrued on :
Employees' contributions
Board's contributions ..


$ c.

470.56

390.00

$860.56


$ c. $ c.


6,447.97
12,883.66

2,788.87
.. .. 5,584.40


262.72
525.16


19,331.63


8,373.27


787.88


$ 28,492.78


$ 28,492.78






PROVIDENT FUND

Reserve Account


Grant to Messenger at the Trinidad Currency Centre for replacing
Bicycle stolen from Treasury Building
Balance at 31st December, 1960


$ c.
Balance at 31st January, 1960
124.08 Transferred from Board's Account on resignation of employees
3,644.94 Interest accrued

$ 3,769.02


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1960


Liabilities

Employees' contributions
Board's contributions ..
Reserve Account


$ c.
8,115.85
S16,171.85
3,644.94

$ 27,932.64


Assets


On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund
Trinidad & Tobago 63% Debentures held by the Board ..


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.
24th April, 1961.


$ c.
. 21,932.64
. 6,000.00

$ 27,932.64


$ c.
874.97
2,821.37
72.68

$3,769.02


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 26, 1961.-(No. 45.)


Statement of Currency Notes and British Caribbean Coin in Circulation in the British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st August, 1961


Average circulation during June, 1961:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Government notes


British Caribbean notes and coin in
circulation on 1st August, 1961:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof Set" of coins

Total British Caribbean notes & coin in circulation
on 1st August, 1961
Demonetized Government notes outstanding
on 1st August, 1961
Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados


Total Government notes outstanding

Total Circulation on 1st August, 1961


Notes

$ c.
87,687,763.00
990,729.00

$ 88,678,192.00


40,449,993.00
6,446.225.00
23,888,665.00
4,711,100.00
1,021,400.00
1,022,000.00
2,039,400,00
4,078,300.00
1,511,600.00
247,500.00


$85,416,183.00


682,003.00
241,532.00
65,374.00

$ 988,909.00

$86,405,092.00


Coins

$ c.
4,444,809.00


$ 4,444,809.00



2,018,871.00
622,450.00
926,635.00
211,000.00
111,825.00
134,700.00
122,725.00
157,350.00
128,625.00
24,350.00
1,870.00

$4,460,401.00


$4,460,401.00


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Buildings,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE AUGUST 26, 1961.-(No. 45.)


NOTICE

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association


Effective from 15th December, 1958

Current Advances for Nutmegs aad M.ace are as follows:


G a ADus


Advauces


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


25

38

12

$1.20

60

30


Cents per lb.

do.


dO.
do.

Cents.

do,


F. 8. RENWICK,
Secretary.


Date fixed: 8th December, 1958.


GRENADA.
PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1961.


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