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207


SAINT VINCENT'


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JULY, 1951. [No. 39.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 340.
OBITUARY.
Flags on Public Buildings were
hoisted at half mast on Monday, 23rd
July, on the occasion of the funeral
of King ABDULLAH of Transjordan.
24th July. 1951.
(A. 56/1938).

No. 341.
TRANSFER.
Mr. W. B. JACOBS, Junior Clerk,
*General Clerical Service (Agricultural
Department), to the Customs branch of
the Treasury, &c. Department, with effect
from 16th July, 1951.
24th July, 1951.
(P. F. 176).


No. 343.
VACATION LEAVE.
Sister DOREEN RICHARDS (Colonial
Hospital) six weeks' vacation leave, with
effect from 18th July, 1951.
24th July, 1951.
(P. F. 504).

No. 344.
CORRECTION NOTICE.
RESIGNATION.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 260, the effective date of the resig-
nation of, Mr. MAURICE MATTHEWS,
Dispenser, from the Service is 3rd May,
1951, and not 7th April, as previously
stated.
24th July, 1951.
(P. F. 336).
No. 345.
LEGISLATION.


No. 342.
LEAVE NOTi lThe following documents are publish-
LEAVE NOTICES.
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-
EXTENSION OF L1.AVE. S.R. & O. No. 76.--The Port Elizabeth
Town Board (Traders' Rates)
With reference to Government Notice By-Laws.
No. 200 of 25th April, 1950, Mr. E. F. (D. G6/1iA (B)).
ITON, Junior Clerk in the General
Clerical Service (Treasury Department), S.R. & O. No. 77.-The Prices Control
one year's extension of leave wvitlout (Amnendument No. 25) Notice,
pay as from Ist April. 1951. I91.
24th July, 1951. (T. 20/1i).
(P. F. 166). 2411i J uly, 1951).


Sz tri'r~u


published be (Authoritg.















,68 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JULY, 1951.-(No. 39).


No. 346.
TERMINATION OF THE STATE OF
WAR WITH GERMANY.

It is notified that the formal state of
War with Germany .is terminated as
from 4 o'clock p.m. on the 9th of July,
1951.
On the instructions of His Majesty's
Principal Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs, the United Kingdom High
Commissioner in Germany addressed
on 9th July, 1951, a communication to
the Federal Government of Germany in
the following terms :-
His Majesty's Government in the
United Kingdom, bearing in mind that
on 3rd. September, 1939 a state of war
was notified with the German Reich,
that active hostilities were ended by
the Declaration regarding the Surrender
of the German Reich issued on the 5th
June, 194i, but nevertheless a formal
state of war with Germany has con-
tinued to subsist as far as the municipal
law of the U.K. is concerned, and will
be so continued until appropriate action
is taken by His Majesty's Government
to terminate it, that through circum-
stances beyond German control it has
as yet proved impossible to conclude a
Treaty which would dispose of questions
arising out of the state of war with the
German Reich, have determined that,
without prejudice to the Occupation
Statute, or to the decision of questions
the settlement of which must await the
conclusion of a Treatby, the formal state
of war between the United Kingdom
and Germiny shall be immediately
terminated.
A notification is, therefore, being
published that the 1' or0mil state of war
with Germany has terminated as front
4 o'clock p.m. on the 9fth ef July, 1951.
His -.1 .jesty's Governmlnt in the
United Kingdom must reserve the right
to retain ainy money )vr property sub-
ject to control by virtue of Trading with
tl i Enemy legislation or in the custody
of' :inv pr'iz cortI! liut they (I e; ire to re-
call that under that legisl:tilon no ob-
stncle has been pliceoi since 29th MLirch,
1949,inl th" w;y of' the resumptionn of
full] commrciial anii fin:in-ial dealings
between wper.so:s in the United Kingdom
anild ni-rsis in Gernmany of the ac-
quti tion of Iproiper'ty not then subject
to control, and this position will remain
un!al ered.
Coatraclt; concluded before the war
between persons in the United Kingdom
an I persons in (Germann willal.-o rcn-ain
-il..i to 'Trading will) the Enenmy
legislation, but contracts concluded on


or after 29th March 1949, have been in
the same position as contracts concluded
with persons in any friendly country,
and no obstacles have been or will be
raised in connection with them by reason
of the fact that a formal state of war has
previously existed between the United
Kingdom and Germany.
24th July, 1951.
(G. 13/1944).

No. 347.
VACANT POSTS.

FARM MANAGER, OTTLEY HALL
PRISON FARM.

Applications are invited for the post
of Farm Manager, Ottley Hall Prison
Farm.
The conditions of appointment are
as follows :-
1. Salary in ihe grade of $1032 x $72-
$1440.
2. A temporary cost-of-living bonus
is payable at the usual rate granted
to Civil Servants.
3. The post is non-pensionable and
lasts for a period of 4 years.
4. Probationary period of 6 months
in the first instance.
5. No travelling allowance is payable.
The applicant should have good prac-
tical knowledge of agriculture, includ-
ing the management of livestock, and
mnusi possess considerable experience
as an estate overseer. The duties of the
post will include the management of the
Ottley Hall Prison Farm, and the appli-
cant will be responsible for the perfor-
mance of his duties to the Superintea-
dent of Prison.
All applications must be written in
the candidate's own handwriting and
must bear suitable testimonials from
previous estate owners with whom lie
has been employed.
Applications should he addressed to
the Government Secretary, Government
Office, and slionall Ireach him not later
than 5ith Av1'ust, 1951.
24th July, 1951.


No. 327.
POST O' ASSISTANT ENGINEER AND
ELECTRICAL INSPECTORS,
ELIE, C"I'ICITY AND TELEPHONE
DEPARTMUiNT, GRENADA.

Applicilioas are invited for the post
of Ass:istanu Engineer and Elfe trial
Inspector. Electricity nrn Telephone
Deiartnm;ent, Grenada.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JULY, 1951.--,No. 39). 209


The conditions of appointment are as
follows:--
1. Salary in the grade of $2,160 x 96-
$2,640 p.a.
2. Temporary cost of living bonus to
the rate of 10% on salary up to
$2,400 and 8/-% on salary over
$2,400.
3. Travelling allowance not exceeding
$590 p.a.
4. The post is pensionable.
5. Probationary period of one year in
the first instance.
The applicant should have good tech-
nical knowledge of Electricity and will
be required to perform any duties in
connection with the running and main-
tenance of the Electricity and Telephone
Department which the Engineer-in-
Charge, to whom he will be directly re-
sponsible,may require. It will also be
his duty to assist the Engineer-in-Charge
in the work of supervision of the plant
at the Power Station (including the Re-
frigeration Plant).
The initial salary may be at a figure
above the minimum in .the case of an
exceptionally qualified person.
Candidates should apply in writing
to the Administrator, Government Office,
Grenada.
10th July, 1951.
(A. 15/1950).

No. 348.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Monday the 6th Augusf, being a Bank
Holiday, under the Bank Holidays Or-
dinance, all Public Otlices will be closed
on that day.
24th July, 1951.

No. 338.
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE
SCOPE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP-
MENT IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS.
BY
0. W. ROSKILL.

Copies of the above Report have been
received by this Government and are on
sale at Government Office at 48c. per
copy.
17th July, 1951.
(T. 10/1951).

By Command,

BERNARD GIBPS,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
24th July, 1951.


NOTICE.

Applications are invited for the Post
of Stenographer-Typist in the Adminis-
tration Department (Legislative)
St. Lucia.
The post is pensionable and carries a
salary of $1200 plus a temporary cost of
living bonus at the approved rate. The
appointment is subject to Colonial Regu-
lations and local Orders in force from
time to time.
The candidate selected will be appoint-
ed on a probationary period of one year
in the first instance and will be required
to take verbatim reports of meetings of
the Legislative Council and perform such
other reportorial or clerical duties as.
may be assigned to him from time to
time.
Cost of passages of appointee and
family (up to a maximum of 5) will be
paid in the first instance and is refund-
able if the appointee resigns his appoint-
ment within one year.
Applicants should furnish full details.
of qualifications and experience accom-
panied by at least two testimonials and
a certificate of medical fitness, which
should reach the Administrator. St..
Lucia, not later than 31st July. 1951.

C. A. PAUL.
Acting Chief Clerk.

Saint Lucia,
13th July, 1951.
(A. 15/1951)).


CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTHORITY.

Resolution ;,r'.'..i notice of a decision
to prepare a Housing Scheme on a
portion of Camden Park Estate.

Section 7 of the Town and Country
Planning Ordinance, No. 2 of 1946.

The following Resolution whie-h was
passed at a nimting of the Central
housing and Planning Authority held
on the 12tli July, 1951, is publishe.l for
general information.

RESOLUTION.
BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED that the Central Housing
antl Plah'ning Authority have this 12th
day of July, 1951, decided to prepare a
Housing Scheme on all that area of land
aereunder described, viz:-
All that portion of land being a part
of Crnmden Park Estate known as
Mahoe" and bounded on the North














210 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 JULY, 1951.-(No. 39).


and East by lands of Camden Park
Estate, on the South by the Leeward
Highway and on the West by an
Estate Road.
A copy of the Resolution together
with a plan of the aforementioned area
can be seen at the Office of the Central
Authority.

J. L. CHAPMAN,
Secretary <&i Executive Officer,
Central Housing & Planning
Authority.

17th July, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


DEPARTMtENT OF EDUCATION.

NOTICE S.

At a recent meeting of the Caribbean
*Commission, Mr. JuSUs T. PINERO,
former Governor of Puerto Rico, and
now a Commissioner of the United
States Section of the Commission,
offered a prize of $100 U. S. to be award-
ed for the best essay in any one of the
Commission languages-English, French,
Spanish or Dutch-submitted by school
children of the area, on a subject relating
to the accomplishments or objectives of
the Commission.
To encourage competitors and heighten
interest in the project, it has been de-
cided by the Secretariat, in accordance
with a directive from the Commission
that consideration should be given to
the sponsorship of es/-ay contests. that a
number of corsolat-ion book prizes, not
exceeding 50, will be preseontcd by the
Commission.
Competitors must be between the ages
of 1.4 and 18 and must lbe children in
attendance at schools in this Colony.
Arrangements have been made for the
competition to take place on Satu rday,
1st S'eptlenber, 19.51, at the Grammar
School at 10.00 a.m.
All school children between the ages
of 14-18 who wi-h to compete are asked
to send their names together with evi-
dence of their age to anyone of the
foll owing :
Mr. J. L. EUSTACE, of the Granmmar
School. Mrs. 1. M. WINDEBANK of the
Girls' High School and Mr T. V. KEANE
President of the Tea:chers' Association.
Fn'tther information as to thr, subject
matter of th, essay can also be obtained


from the above-mentioned persons or
from the Education- Department.

C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.
Education Office,
St. Vincent.
16th July, 1951.
(A. 47/1950).


EVENING CLASSES.


It is the intention of the Department
of Education to organise a series of
Evening Classes in Secondary School
subjects commencing in the Miclhelmas
Term of 1951.
These classes will, at first, be directed
to preparing students for the Cambridge
School Certificate Examination. The
Cambridge Syndicate has agreed to
accept students from these Evening
Classes as private candidates for this
examination provided (acl candidate is
vouched for by the Education Officer as
having been suitably prepared. The
classes to be started will prepare candi-
dates for the 1952 Examination.
I am soliciting applications from
suitably qualified persons to act as
Tutors. The remuneration offered is
$2.00 per lesson per subject to School
Certificate standard, and the intention
is to offer 78 lessons per annum in each
subject, or 26 lessons per term of 13
weeks each.
Applications for th e posts of Tutors
will be accepted from all suitably quali-
fied persons whether they are at the
moment engaged in teaching or not.
For the present the Department will
need Tutors in the following snbjects:-
English Language, English Literature,
Religions Knowledge. History. Geogra-
phy. Elementary Mathematics, Hygiene
and Physiology, French. Latin. -At the
same time I should be glad to receive
applications from perIons who would
be prepared to tuttor in other subjects-
e.g. commercial subjects, teclinical sub-
jects. languages, on the assumption that
classes in these subjects may be intro-
duced at a later date.
Application forms can be obtained
from the Department of Education.
Students who wish to take these
classes will be informed as soon as
possible of the regnlntions which will
govern enrolnent and the fees to be
paid. In the meantime information
can b, obltirned from the Department
of Education.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
]Education 0,.:. .
1(;th July, 1951.


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SAINT VINUENT, TUESDAY, 24 JULY, 1951.-(No,. 39). 211


ANDERSON CUPS COMPETITION
FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.

Notice is hereby given that the above-
mentioned Competition will be held at
the Richmond Hill Government School
on Friday 7th September, 1951, com-
mencing at 10.0O a.m. Necessary details
have been sent to the Head Teachers of
the Schools.

C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Oficer.

Education Office,
St. Vincent,
16th July, 1951.
A. 47/1950).


POST OFFICE NOTICE.



It is notified for general information
that Monday 6th August being a Holiday
the Contract Vessel Marcelle S" will
commence her contract run to the
Grenadines on Tuesday 7th August.


G. ELPORD WILLIAMS,
Colonial Postmaster.


General Post Office.
St. Vincent, B.W.I
18th July, 1951.


VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information, that a new shipment cf the
following varieties of vegetable seeds has arived and will be on sal- at the
offices of the Department of Agriculture on week days between the ljhrs of
9 a.m. and 12 noon and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the following prices.


Detroit Dark Red (Short Top)
Pole Lima King of the Garden
Pole Beans. Yard Long
Kentucky Wonder Wax
Early Jersey Waketield
Flat Dutch Steens
Oxheart
Danvers Half Long
Chlantenay
Arlington White Spine
Imperial 44
N.Y. Imperial
Early Yellow Globe
Yellow Bermuda
Beefsteak
Matchless
Oxheart
Marglobe
Bloomsdale Savoy Long Standing


16c. per oz or 4c. per pkt.
5c. ,, ,,
5c. ,, ,,
5c. ,, ,,
38c. ,, ,, or lOc. per pt.
38c. ., ,,,, Oc. ,. ,,
2 c. ,, 7c. 7 ,
26c. ,. ,, ,, 7c. .. ,
2(c. ,. ., 7c, ,,
29c. ,, ,, ,, c. ,, ,,
34c. 9, c ,. 9c. .,,
34c. ,, ,, 9c. ,,
56c. ., ,. 14c. ,
56c. ,, ,, ,, 14c.
77c. ,, ,, ,, 20 ,, ,,
77c. ,,,, -0c. ,, ,,
77c. ,. 20c. ,, .

77c. ,,,, 20,. ., ,
12c. ,, ,, 3c. ,,


H. S. McCONNIE,
Acting Superintendent of Agriculture.
16th July, 1951.
(A. 47/1950).


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 24 cents. ]


Beets
Beans
,,

Cabbage
$,
Carrots


Cncumber
Lettuce

Onions

Tomato



Spinach









SAINT VINCENT. I

STATUTORY RULES AND O IsS,

1951, No. 76

THE PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD (TRADERS'
RATES) BY-LAWS.

(Gazetted 24th July, 1951U.

1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Port Elizabeth Town
Board (Traders' Rates) By-Laws.

2. Interpretatior In these By-Laws :-
"Board means'the Port Elizabeth Town Board.
"Person" includes body corporate, company and partnership.
"Town means the town of Port Elizabeth.
"Trader" means any huckster, merchant, shopkeeper a&d person engaged
in trade in the town.
Clerk" means the Clerk of the town.

3. Licnces to trade. (1) Every person who desires to carry on'
businesss as a trader in the town shall obtain a licence from the Clerk to enable
him to do so and the said licence shall be in the form in the First Schedule hereto
annexed, or as near thereto as possible.
(2) An application for a licence to carry on the business of a trader in the
*town shall be in the form in the second Schedule hereto annexed, or as near
thereto as possible.

4. Traders' rates. Every person carrying on the business of a trader in
the'town shall be assessed at, and shall pay the rate, applicable to his particular
case asset out in the Third Schedule hereto : Provided that where a trader has
been carrying on business for only a part of the year in respect of which he is
being assessed, he shall be assessed for the actual period during which he was
carrying on business.

5. Clerk to settle kind of licence. In the event of any disagreement
arising between the Clerk and any.person who desires to trade, or is trading in the
town as to the kind of licence to be taken out under the Third Schedule of these
By-Laws, such disagreement shall be settled by the Board : Provided that any
person who alleges any error with reference to the kind of stock he, as a trader, is
selling or desires to sell, and the sum to be paid by him for a permit and is not
satisfied with the decision of the Board, niay appeal against such decision within
the time and in the manner provided'in Section 41 of the Local Government
rdinancend the provision of Sections 41--45 of the said Ordinance shall apply

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6. Proceedings subsequent to decision of appeals. The Board
shall on the determination of an appeal cause its assessment list to be amended 1f
necessary and shall collect the rates accordingly.

7. Licences may be taken out for a year or half year. Traders'
licences in the town may be taken out for a year, or for six months, and shall be
granted by the Clerk at any time of the year, but no licences, no matter what the
date of issue, shall in the- case of an annual licence continue in force any longer
than the~lst day" of Deerember of the year current at the date of issue, or, in the
oase of a half yearly licence, continue in force any longer than the 30th day of
June or the 31st day of December of the half-year current at the dLate of issue.

8. Penalty. Any parson guilty of an offence against these By-Laws shall
be liable on summary conviction to a fine' not exceeding fifty dollars or to
-inprisonmeit for": period not exceeding three months or in the case of a
continuing offence to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for each day during which
the offence continues.


.Made by the Port Elizabeth Town Board under Section 56- of the Local
Government Ordimance No. 17 of 1951, this 6th day of June, 1951.
DAWSON B. WALLACE,
Chairman,
Port Elizabeth Town Board.


Confirmed by the Governor under Section 56 (4) of the aforesaid Local
Government Ordinance this 6th day of Tily, 1951.
W. F. COUTTS,
SAdministrator.
(D. 6/1949 (L) ).









FIRST SCHEDULE. (By-Law 3 (1) )


* Name in full


TRADERS' LICENCE FOR THE TOWN' OF PORT ELIZABETH.


................. ............ ..... .................s .....l ................................... ..............* is h ereb y licen sed
as a trader in the town of Port Elizabeth to sell


t set ou t ex a ct t .................................... ................................ fo r th e t ...............................................................
nature of ending on the .............................................................day of ............................................
licence
19..................
t set out year
or half-year.

Clerk, Port Elisabeth Town Board.

SECOND SCHEDULE. (By-Law 3. (2) )


APPLICATION FOR A TRADERS' LICENCE.


To: The Clerk,
The Port Elizabeth Town Board.
* N am e in full I* ......;............................. ............
t set out for a licence to trade E
carefully kind .
of- license
applied r day ........................... ......... .......
Port Elizabeth.
tset eiut year'
or half-year.


hereby apply
................. for the


.I t....
s t.


.ending on the.....................................................
.........................19 ................. in the tovn of


Signature of Applicant.
THIRD SCHEDULE. By-Law 4


TRADERS' LICENCES.
Hucksters
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
Vendors of Aerated Waters
Manufacturers & Vendors of Aerated Waters
Keepers of Parlours
SDealers in provisions only, retail
Dealers in provisions only, wholesale & retail
. dry goods only
liquors only
dry goods & liquors
-" dry goods & provisions
." liquors & provisions
dry goods, liquors & provisions


$ *24
2-88
2-88
2-88
3*60
3-60
.7-20
6-80
7-20
10i80
9-6e:
10-80
12-"00
306G
3a6oc


[ Price 12 cents. I


1951.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRI.TING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


. ...................................... "$ ......


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207
SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1951, No. 77.

PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO j) NOTICE. \
(Gazetted 24th July, 1951). i !Ir

1. Short title. This Notice should be cited ifhe Prices Cdn
(Amendment No. 25) Notice.

2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder ar mum
prices for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
-Schedule Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns
opposite the articles : "Bmtter Table Maple Leaf," "Milk Condensed--
Nestle's," and'substituting therefore the following :
FIRST SCH~EDULE-PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price. Maximum Retail Price.
SArea.--1" I.4 -" Area, "C."
Butter-Table-
Maple Leaf ... $73.52 pcr es. of 48- $1.76 per tin" $1.77 per tin $1.78 per tin
1 1>. tins
Milk-Cohilensed-
Nestle's ... $17.93 per cs. of 48- 42c. per tin 43c. per tin .44c. per tin
14 oz. tins
$18.20 per cs. of 144- l4c. per tinl 15c. per tin 16c, per tin
4 oz. tins

Area A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B means all other places throughout the Colony other than those.
mentioned in Areas "A and C ".
Area "C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy,
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.
Made by the Competent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) this 21st day of July, 1951.

A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 4 cents. ]
S r .1951.

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SAINT VINCENT. '


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Comparative Statement of Revenue for the ,period 1st January-31stMarlh, 1951.
______________________SAINT___ VICN.


Heads of, Revenue.


1.. Import Duties-
Im'port Duty
Trade Duty on Imported Liquor
Warehouse Rent
2. Export Duty
3. Excise Duty on RNme
Trade Duty on locally distilled Liquor ...
4. Other Duties...
S 5., Licences-Liquor
Motor Vehicles, &c....
, Other ...
6. Taxes- .
\ Income Tax
Laid and Haose Tax
SOther Taxes ...
/ 7. Port and Harbour Dues-
Tonnage
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft ...
8; Other Fees of Court, &c....
9. Post Office
10. electicoitcy, Telephone, Refrigeration ...
11. Rent of Government Property
Interest
: 12. Sales and Leases of Crown Larlds .

S114B. Refunds of Loans from Genera] Revenue

13. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes
Total Revenue ,


REstimate i
Efor time Actual Revenue Revenue for ,
year t for the period of same period of Increase. ecrease
1951 th return. preceding year.

$ $ c. $ $ c. c
475,000 120.742 78 111,641 87 9,100 1 ... ...
I ,'"111 2,379 22 ... ... ... .. ... .,
5,000 1,391 07 1,021 53 369 54 ... .
128,000 '26,597 64 25,095 79 .1,501 85 ...
130,000 35,909 60 26,967 08 8,942 25
40,000*'" 10,827 80 14,612 82' ... 1,405 80
26,700 15,479 86 .8,031 39 7,448 47 .. ...
10,00 0 2,762 60. 2,475 76 286' 84 ...
17,000 6,959 24 4,815 36 2,143 88- ...
7,750 6,563 34 4,988 90 1,574 44 ... .

212,000 14,,834 82 2,100 87 12,733 95 .....
30,00 2,816 67 1 ,705 41 1,111 6 ... ..
15,000 3,789 79 905 88 2,883 91 ... ,

10,000 2,198 08 2,545 20 ... ... 347 -12
3,000 754 50 684 60 69 90
650 120 00 60 00 60 00
141,577 28,455 23'- 24,080 54 .,4,374 69 .
61.213 23,222 58 J-.,,'l 46 7,398 12 ... .
99,352- 24,845 11 21.870 15 2,974 96 ...
4,560 701 40 937 88 i ... .. 236 .48,
12,764 4,767 86 4,777 39 ... ... 9 53
7,458 716 52 594 18 122 34 __..
1,451.024 336,835 71 275,737 06 63,097 58 1,99 -93
1,804 607 00 6.189 69 ... 5,582 69
1,45'2,88 337,442 71 281,926 75 6 97 58 7,581 62
295,452 ,67.407 43 13*.650 64 ... .. 39,243 21
1,748.280 404,850 14 418.577 39 63,097 58 76,824 83


* Trade Duty not separated in 1950.
Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-31st March, 1951,


Heads of E.x-penditure.


-1. Governor
2. Legislature
:1. A1 inist.ration
4. Agriculture
5. Audit
6. central Housing Authority
6A. Central Road Authority'
6B. Central Water Authority
S 7. Charitable
9. Education
10. Electricity \
11. Judicial
S 12. Labour
S 13. Lands and Survey
14. Legal
15. Medical
16. Miscellaneous
S 17. Pensions
1 Police
19. Port and Marine
S 20. Post Office
* 21. Prisons
* 22. 'Pub-lic Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works Department
25. Public Works Recurrent
27. Social Welfare
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines t
28. Subventions
29. Supply Control
30. Telephone
31. Treasury


Estimate
for the
year
1951.

S8,439
".. 13,160'
5 ,973
- ... 64,505
11,584,
4,000o
... 101,460i
.... 11,054,
S 18,030O
,.. 234,2851
S 71,588j
... 26,6251
... 8,328;
... 8,461
6,584!
.. 29 9(.7()7
... 36,849
.- 43,430!
... 118,341;
.. 26,911i
... 7,959
... 47,378
S.. 61,008
5,835'
... 59,072'
47,020;
...


26. Public Works Extraordinary ..

8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes
Total Exnenditure $


23,588
S14,307
17.357
70,293
1,555,033
28,400
1,583,431
295,452
1,878,883


Actual Expen-
diture for the Expenditure for
period of same period of Increase. -Decrense.
period of
the return. preceding year.
$ c.c. c. c. $ c.
1,940 88 2,311 90 ... 371 02
1,461 98,1 1,140 00 321 98...
15,595 (4 9.239 18 6,356 46 ...
13,212 37 10.035 02 3,177 35 ... .
2,631 13 1,897 45 733 68.. ...

25,744 42 13,45() 70 12,293 72 ... ..
1,o0(3 15 .. 1,063 15
3,818 19 4,046 76 ... ... 198 57
48,775 54 37;657 43 11,118 11
18,007 82 25.5 6 71 7,548 89
4,984 96 4,159 33 875 63 ... ...
2,099 75, 1,710 13 389 62
3,684 76 2,857 53 827 23
1.662 06 1,388 75" 273 31' .
62,105 154 52.,2: 64 9,881 90 ... ...
14,618 05 43,590 93 ... ... 28,972 88
14,199 33 8,683 14 5,516 48 ..
22,96S 87 14,794 11 8,174 22 ...
5,608 06 4,714 99 -89A 07 ... ...
5,901 72 4,159 35 1,742 37 ... ...
10,545 11 9,604 95 940 1 ... ...
22,653 08 22,396 '60 .256 48 ...
990 20 528 32 461 88 ...
12.542 38 7,345 22 5,197 16 ... ...
39,536 30 9,380 36 30.155 94
... 530 69 ... ... 530 69
3622 00 .... ... 3,622- 00
/ 7,273 34 1,226 51 6,046 83 ..
3,497 34 3,102 90 394 44 ...
'4,499 50 4,079 04 420 46 ..
16,112 77 17,511 85 ... ... 1,399 08',
387,763 99 322,895 49 107,511 63 42,643 13
1,997 64 6.616 61 ... 4,618 97-
389.761 63 329.,12 10 107i,11 63: 47,262 10
70,834 97 77,009 81 .... ... 6,174 '84
460,596 60 406.52f 91 107,511 63 53,436 94


Stded under Head 3.

-, L .1 th Jaly, 1951,
#or""

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-V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


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Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent at 31st March, 1951.
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LIABIL ITTE'.


$ c.


DEPOSITS; SPECIAL FUNDS


DEPOSITS: OTHER THAN SPECIAL FUT


SURPLUS:
Colony's Reserve Fund

General Revenue Balance a/c
Balance at 1. 1. 51

Surplus & Deficit a/c


DS... 5



...I 96,985 22


.. 230,844.70

5.5,746.46 175,098-24






$


$ c.

970,498 10

180,271 37








272,083-46


.1,422,852 93


A S' SET TS.

CASH:
In Treasury & Sub-Treasuries
With Crown Agents
Barclays Bank Deposit a/c
Drafts & Remittances



Less Barclays Bank Current a/c
Overdraft

ADVANCES

INVESTMENTS: COLONY:
Reserve Fund
Surplus Funds

INVESTMENTS : SPECIAL FUNDS


S c.


17;022 81
55,6;7 50
3 43
99 09

72,801 83


9,643 01


220,14 564
220,614 50


S c.


63,158 82


377.328 49


314,181 14

668,184 48

$1,422.852 93


Note: 1. At 31st March, 1951, the Public Debt, (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $571,803.14- This figure includes the sum of $11,010.44 for the C.D.F. Loan for the Co-opera-
ti've Arrowroot Association, and $480.00 for the Kingstown Board Water Supply Loan, 1980, for which General Revenue is only responsible in case of default.
2. The accumulated funds for redemption of the Debt, Amounted at 31st March, 1951 to $186,572.78.


TREASURY,
St. V ncent, B.W.I.,
19th July, 1951.
(F. 49/1950).


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


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