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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: September 25, 1951
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Supplement to Gazette: Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm constituting the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands and making certain provisions for the Government thereof
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 91: The Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment) Rules, 1951
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 92: The Kingstown Harbour (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
        B-251
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 93: The Georgetown Town Board (Traders' Rates) By-Laws
        B-253
        B-254
        B-255
        B-256
    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 94: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 33) Notice, 1951
        B-257
        B-258
    Supplement to Gazette: The Accounts of the Colony for the period 1st January to 30th June, 1951
        B-259
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951. [No. 50.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

HURRICANE AMENDED NOTICE.


The following Warning Signals will replace those published in previous
Notices :-


No. 420.


Hurricane approaching the island
(Cautionary Warning
Rural Areas (when news receive(
including the an approaching hurric
including the
Grenadines Warning to take Cover


Cautionary Warning


Kingstown Warning to take "'over




4th September, 1951.


No. 460.
APPOINTMENT.

Dr. K. P. SWISTERSKI ;is a Medical
Officer, St. Vincent, with effect from
19th September, 1951.
25th September, 1951.
(P. F. 570).


A white flag with a black
d of centre will be flown from
ane) all Police Stations.
Church bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.

A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.

The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of 5 minutes.


No. 461.
RESIGNATION.

Miss MYRTLE FALBY, Junior Clerk
(Departmeinit of Agriculture), has re-
signed from the General Clerical Ser-
vice of the Colony with effect from 8th
September, 1951.
25th September, 1951.
(P. F. 430).


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288 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 50).


No. 462.
RESUMPTION.

Capt. A. L. GENTLE, Assistant Super-
intendent of Police, returned to the
Colony on 19th September, 1951;from
a course of training at the Police Col-
lege, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, England, and
resumed duties as from that date.
25th September, 1951.
(P. F. 387).

No. 463.
VETERINARY OFFICER, 'WINDWARD
ISLANDS.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 448 of 27th September, 1949, Dr.
H. V. MORRIS, M.R.C.V.S., has com-
pleted his contract appointment as
Veterinary Officer, Windward Islands,
and left the Colony via Trinidad for
the United Kingdom on 23rd Septem-
ber, 1951.
25th September, 1951.
(P. F. 495).

No. 464.
ABOLITION OF POST.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 413 of 31st August, 1948, the post
of Woodwork and Handwork Instructor
in the Education Department has been
abolished with effect from 17th Septem-
ber, 1951.
25th September, 1951.
(P. F. 405).

No. 465.
GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD.

Mr. 0. W. PRESCOD, I.S.O., has re-
signed as a Member of the Georgetown
Town Board with effect from 12th
September, 1951.
25th September, 1951.
(A. 5/1949).

No. 466.
CONFERENCE OF HEADS OF LABOUR
DEPARTMENTS.

The Parliamentary Under Secretary
of State for the Colonies, Mr. T. F.
COOK, presided at the opening session
of a Conference of Heads of Labour
Departments and senior Trade Union
Officers at the Colonial Office on Mon-
day, 24th September.
The Conference, which will last two
weeks, is being attended by more than
30 officials from 20 different territories.
The object of the Conference is to
survey, in the light of the first-hand
experience of the men on the spot, the


wide range of Labour problems common
to all territories, with particular atten-
tion to the field of industrial relations;
other subjects to be discussed will in-
clud'e workmen's compensation, social
insurance, technical training, employ-
ment, exchanges and trade Union
education.
25th September, 1951.

No. 467.
LEGISLATION.

The following documents are publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette:-
Letters Patent passed under the Great
Seal of the Realm constituting
the Office of Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief of the Wind-
ward Islands and making certain.
provisions for the Government
thereof.
S.R. & 0. No. 91.-The Legislative
Council (Elections) (Amendment)
Rules, 1951.
(J. 26/1950).
S.R. & 0. No. 92.-The Kingstown
Harbour (Amendment) Regula-
tions, 1951.
(8. 4/1951).
S.R. & 0. No. 93.-The Georgetown
Town Board (Traders' Rates) By-
Laws.
(D. 6/1949 (A)).
S.R. & 0. No. 94.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 33) Notice,
1951.
(T. 20/1949).
25th September, 1951.

No. 4(;8.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 30th June, 1951,
are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
25th September, 1951.

No. 457.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE.

THE G(OVERnNMENTS OF THE BRITISH
WEST INDIES, .13BITISH GUIANA AND
BJRITISH HONDURAS.

The Governments of the above-named
Colonies have recently established a
Regional Economic Committee with
headquarters iin the office of the Comp-
troller for Development and Welfare
in the West Indies.
The primary functions of the Com-
mittee are to act as an advisory and
consultative body to the participating
governments in economic matters, and













SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 50). 289


to assume executive and financial con- have yet to be determined. The Com-
trol ot a British Caribbean Trade Corn- mittee would b'prePrpaed to give special
missioner Service in the United.King- consideration in these matters to ap-
dom and Canada. pointees with exceptional qualifications.
The Committee now invites applica- ,The Committee proposes to make
tions from suitably qualified persons these appointments in November, 1951,
for the following posts:- and applications, containing full details
1. Executive Secretary to the Regional of candidates education, qualifications
Economic Committee and experience, together with support-
-at a-nannual salary of about 2,500. ing documents and names of, two
,Candidates for this post should have referees, should be addressed to reach
a wide interest in and sound, know- the.Chairman, Regional. Economic Com-
ledge of West Indian affairs. They mittee, Hastings House, Barbados, be-
should possess high qualifications and fore the 31st Optober, 1951.
experience in posts of comparable 18th September,1951
character, adequate academic qualifi- ...... 1 95...
cations in economy ics or com m erce, By, Com mand
and have held appointments demand- By Command,
ing personal responsibility ahd' initia- F. A. PHILLIPS,
tive in business and/or government Acting Government Secretary.
service. GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2. Assistant Secretary (Statistician) 26th Setember, 1951.
-at an annual salary of ab6oit 1',500. h Ste 1951.
Candidates for' this post should pos-
sess a recognisedfqu iificAti6n in sta-
tistics and administrative experience DEPAR'MEN'AL AND
in dealing with economic and corn- OTHER NO 1CES.
mercial matters. The Assistant Secre-
tary will be responsible for present- ..POST- OFFICE NOTICE.
ing statistical material relating to .E
trade and commerce for the work of It is notified for general information
the Committee and its members. that as from 1st October, 1951, the
3. Trade Commissioner in the United contract vessel Marcelle S" will only
Kingdom perform one run weekly to and from
-at a salary of about 2,500 .per the-. Grenadines, commencing the ri a
annum plus a representation allowance each Tuesday from Kingstown and
of 1;500 per annum. returning to Kingstown eachSaturday.
Candidates should have wide experi-
ence of the West Indies and should G. ELFORD WILLIAMS,
have held positions of high responsi- Colonial Postmaster.
ability in the field of trade and corn- General Post Office,
merce either in business or govern- St. Vincent, B.W.I..
ment. They should preferably have 24th September, 1.951.
experienIce of dealing with matters of (Q. 17/1949).
commercial policy, e.g. trade negotia-
tions, etc. Preference will be given ELECTRICITY .AND TELEPHONE
to candidates having wide contacts DEPARTMENT.
with trade and government organisa- -
tions in the United Kingdom. ELECTRICITY.
4. Assistant Trade Commisioner in --"
.the United Kingdom The Power Station at present is run-
-at an annual salary of about 1,320 ning without any adequate stand-by,
in the first place plus a representation and this condition may not improve for
allowance of 500. some considerable time.
The main burden of the day-to-day In the circumstances, it is not intend-
work of the London office will fall ed to connect any more new consumers,
on this officer. Candidates should neither will the system of transferring
therefore possess a sound knowledge connections be any longer acceptable
of office organisation and administra- to the department, this system being
tive experience in dealing with mat- liable to abuse.
ters of traJe and commerce. Applications, howe ver, for connections
General may continue to be snt in and will be
The Committee reserves the right to treated strictly on their merits ; a wait-
fill any post by invitation if no suitable ing list will be kept and wherever it is
applications are received, salaries of the' possible, after careful consideration,
posts will be in the region of the figures connections will be made, but onlyy if
stated but other terms of service (e.g. no addition to the existing number of
leave, passages and pension entitlement) consumers is entailed,















290 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 50).


TELEPHONES.
It will not 'be possible to add any
more subscribers to the telephone sys-
tem, either direct, or by party line.
The system is already very heavily
overloaded and it is extremely difficult
to maintain operating efficiency.
The condition of the plant, too. does
not justify any further additions to the
list of subscribers and only very urgent
applications, such as from doctors, will
be considered.
J. MALONEY,
Acting Superintendent Electricity
and Telephone Department.
20th September, 1951.
(P. 3/1943).


GERMAN ISSUED SECURITIES EX-
PRESSED IN GERMAN CURRENCY.

The Board of Trade announces that
H.M. Government in the United King-
dom have decided to waive certain of
their rights in respect of such German-
owned securities as are expressed in
German currency and issued by the
German State or by a body of persons
constituted or incorporated in or under
the laws of Germany.
Accordingly, the Board of Trade is
prepared to receive applications from
their former German owners for the
release from control under Trading
with the Enemy legislation of securities
of German issue expressed in German
currency, whether issued in registered
or bearer form, and also of certain do-
cuments evidencing ownreship in such
securities. These documents may be
for example certificates of interest
issued by persons other than the issuers
of the securities, where eibber the cer-
tificate of interest or the register in
respect thereof is in the United King-
dom.
Applications for release should be
made on a form to be obtained from
The Custodian of Enemy Property, c/o
The Registrar's Office, Kingstown.
D. ELSON WEEKER,
Cuslodian of Enemy Property.
13th September, 1951.
(G. 4/1946).


KINGSTOWN BOARD SCHOLARSHIP
NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that a compe-
titive ex;mini:tioi for the award of the
annual Kin,,stown Board Scholarship
will be held at thle Pichmond Hill
School on Friday/, 5th Ortober, 1951,
beginning at 9.00 a.m.


Candidates must have been less than
12 years of age on the 31st July, 1951,
and must have attended a Government
or Assisted School within Kingstown
or within one mile from the Boundaries
of the Town during the 12 months pre-
ceding the 31st July, 1951, for not less
than 75% of the maximum attendances
possible during such period.
Applications accompanied by proper
proof of age must reach the Kingstown
Board Office not later than Saturday,
22nd September, 1951.
T. BRERETON,
Acting WTarden.
WARDEN'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
6th September, 1951.
SAINT VINCENT.
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE LAND AND
HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE,
CAP. 194 (REV. EDN.)

The Magistrate of the Colony will
hold Special Sessions for the purpose of
hearing objections to and appeals from
the assessments made by the Tax
Officers of St. George's Parish, District
1; Charlotte Parish, District 2; St.
Andrew's Parish, District 3 ; St. Patrick's
Parish, District 4 ; St. David's Parish,.
District 5 ; and the Grenadines, District
6 ; as relate to property in the First,
Second and Third Magisterial Districts.
The Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 12 o'clock noon :-
District 1, at the Police Station at
Calliaqua on Tuesday the 23rd
day of October and at the Court
House, Kingstown, on Tuesday
the 30th day of October, 1951.
District 2, at the Police Station at
Georgetown on Friday the 19th
day of October, 1951.
District 3, at the Police Station at
Layou on Tuesday the 9th day of
October, 1951.
District 4, at the Police Station at
Barronallie. on Friday the 12th
day of October, 1951.
District 5, at the Police Station at
Chateaubelair, on Tuesday, the
16th day of October, 1951.
District 6, at the Police Station at
Port Elizabeth, Beq nia on
Wednesday the 3rd day of October,
1951.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must be given not less than
ten days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Session at which the
objection is to be heard.
D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Of-ice,
Kingstown,
28th August, 1951.













SAINT VINCENT, ,TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951.--(No. 50). 291


CUSTOMS NOTICE.


Under Section 28 Cap. 183 (Customs Ordinance) the undermentioned goods
will be sold by public auction on Wednesday, 3rd October, 1951, unless they are
duly cleared or re-warehoused.

Goods Bonded in No. 1 Warehouse.

Date Name of Ship. Consignees. Marks, Quantity and Description
Warehoused. of Goods.


Indore

Lady Nelson
Manto

Interpreter
C.L.M, Tannis
Megna
Alcoa Pegasus

Lady Nelson
Manto


Daerwood
Plato
Cuidad Bolivar
Alcoa Pegasus
Plato
Eugenia A.
Senator
Maissoneuve
Park
C.L.M. Tannis


Maissoneuve
Park


J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.
do.
0. D. Brisbane
J. H. Hazell
do.

Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell

do.
do.
Barclays Bank
J. H. Hazell
do.
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell
do.
Corea & Co.

J. H. Hazell


Corea & Co.


EGE 1 case Cigarettes

LJW 3 cases Sliced Beet Root
PHVC 1 case Cigarettes

MBEL 2 bags Fireclay


EG
BB/A(

N/M
EG

11
JTS
HH
JTS
LJW
RSB
RSB
RDC


1 carton of Ladies hats
4 boxes Dutch stoves
C 1 bale Unproof Flax
Canvas
1 single Oval Pot
10 cartons Palm Olive
Soap
1 case Dental Cream
1 case Cocoa
25 cartons Rolled Oats
1 loose Dutch Stove
3 cases Vegetable j nices
1 crate Earthenware
4 cartons Sandals
1 loose Cistern


CMSBB
944 2 Brls. Anchor Chains
Capt. Moses
Mitchell 1 Suitcase Personal
Effects
CMSBB
944 2 only Anchors


In Warehouse for over a year and unaccounted for

Rev. F. Wain ... 1 case Old Christmas Cards
RJS St. Vincent ... 1 case cooking fat
LJW/SP ... 1 bag split peas
A St. Vincent ... 1 case GMU
CF Ltd. Barbados ... 1 case GMU
N/M ... 2 Iron bars

Goods Bonded in Warehouse No. 2.

Date Name of Ship. Consignees. Marks, Quantity and Description
Warehoused. Name of Ship. Consignees. of Goods.

18. 2. 50 Rainbow M Barclayo Bank HD 1 case Flavouring Ex-
tract samples
14. 3. 50 Lady Rodney Corea & Co. PHV 1 case Tinned butter
25. 3. 50 Queen J. H. Hazell HFF 1 bag Sling chain
Adelaide
2. 5. 50 Lady Nelson Corea & Co. PHV 1 carton Ovaltine
25. 3. 50 Queen J. H. Hazell PHV 10 cases Cigarettes
Adelaide


1. 2. 50

.2. 2. 50
8. 2. 50

.3. 1. 50
1. 4, 50
!9. 4. 50
3. 6. 50


4. 50
6. 50


19. 6. 50
18. 7. 50
19. 7. 50
19. 8. 50
12. 2. 49
14. 4. 50
11. 11. 49
9. 12. 49
12. 11. 49

18. 4. 50


12. 11. 49














292 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 50).


Goods Bonded in Spirit Warehouse.

1945 Endeavour W { 20 } 5 cartons Sunshine Rum
3. 12. 46 Gardenia W SGdeF 1 carton Robinson Crusoe
Rum
3. 2. 47 Endeavour W A< 47 A 10 cartons Alarco Rum
11. 12. 48 Clio VEPE 20 cartons Gents Whiskey
13. 1. 49 Governeur C & Co. 2 cases Charles Driom Cham-
Mouttet pagne
21. 7. 49 Belle Queen GAV 6 cartons Scotts' Liquer Rum

The undermentioned packages also unclaimed for over one year will be sold
on abovementioned date.


Marks.
N/M












Mrs. K. Webb
Mrs. A. D. W. Johnson


Description and Contents.
11 buckets
2 bath pans
3 baby rocking chairs
1 baby sitting chair
2 toy wheelbarrows
1 tricycle
1 engine part
1 small bamboo basket
3 tins paint
1 case Fluffo Oil &c.
1 piece canvas
2 pieces earthenware
1 Dutch stove
2i bag bolts, screws &c.
1 package chocolates
1 box merchandise.

V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.


H.M. CUSTOMS,
15th September, 1951.


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WINDWARD ISLANDS


LETTERS PATENT passed under the Great Seal of the Realm
constituting the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of
the Windward Islands and making certain provisions for the
Government thereof.
Dated 27th August, 1951.
GEORGE THE SIXTH by the Grace of God of Great Britain
Ireland the British Dominions beyond the Seas King,
Defender of the Faith.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting !
Whereas by the Letters Patent mentioned in the First
Schedule to these Letters Patent, provision is made constituting
the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the
Windward Islands, comprising the Colonies of Grenada, Saint
Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dominica and the Dependencies thereof,
and for the Government thereof :
And Whereas We are minded to make other provision for
the matters aforesaid :
Now KNOW YE that We do declare Our Will and pleasure
as follows :-
1.-(1) In these Letters Patent, unless the context otherwise
requires-
Administrator" means the Administrator of any one of
the Islands, and includes any person for the time being
acting as Administrator;
"the existing Instructions" means the Instructions under
Our Sign Manual and, Signet mentioned in the Second
Schedule to these Letters Patent;
"the existing Letters Patent" means the Letters Patent
mentioned in the First Schedule to these Letters Patent;
the Governor" means the Governor and Commander-in-
Chief of the Windward Islands, and includes the officer for
the time being administering the Government of the Wind-
ward Islands and, to the extent to which a Deputy for the
Governor is authorised to act, that Deputy ;
"the Windward Islands" and the Islands" mean the
Colonies of Grenada, Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia, and
Dominica and the respective Dependencies thereof, and
Island" means one of such Colonies and the Dependencics
of that Colony.
(2) Save as in these Letters Patent otherwise provided or
required by the context, the Interpretation Act, 1889, shall apply
for the interpretation of these Letters Patent as it applies for
the i terpretation of an Act of Parliament.


Interpretation.


















52 & 53 Vict. c. 63,


.- I"






r-';


Short title and
-ommencement.


Revocation of
existing Letters
Patent.

Office of Governor
constituted.



Governor's Powers
and Authorities.






Publication of
Governor's Com-
mission and taking
of oaths.















Administration of
tia Government of
e'lh of the Islands.


(3) The several Islands adjacent to and usually administered
by the Governments of the Islands of Grenada, Saint Vincent or
Saint Lucia, as the case may be, shall for the purposes of these
Letters Patent, be considered as Dependencies of such respective
Islands.

2. These Letters Patent may be cited as the Windward
Islands Letters Patent, 1951, and shall come into operation on a
day to be appointed by the Governor by Proclamation published
in the Grenada Government Gazette.

3. The existing Letters Patent are hereby revoked, but
without prejudice to anything lawfully done thereunder.

4. There shall be a Govern or and Commander-in-Chief in
and over the Windward Islands, and appointments to the said
Office shall be made by Commission under Our Sign Manual
and Signet.

5. We do hereby authorize, empower, and command the
Governor to do all things that belong to his Office in accordance
with these Letters Patent, such Commission as aforesaid, such
Instructions as may from time to time be given to him by Us
under Our Sign Manual and Signet or through a Secretary of
State, and such Orders in Our Privy Council and other laws as
may from time to time be in force.

G.-(1) Every person appointed to fill the Office of Governor
shall, with all due solemnity, before entering on any of the
duties of his Office, cause the Commission appointing him to be
Governor to be read and published at the seat of Government in
Grenada, in the presence of the Chief Justice or of some other
Judge of the Supreme Court of the Windward and Leeward
Islands if able to be present, and of such Members of the Execu-
tive Council of Grenada ascan conveniently attend ; which being
done, he shall thereupon take before them the Oath of Allegiance
and the Oath for the due execution of the Office of Governor in
the forms set out in the Third Schedule to these Letters Patent,
which Oaths the said Chief Justice or Judge or, if they be un-
avoidably absent, the senior Member of the Executive Council
then present, is hereby required to administer.
(2) The Governor shall take the like Oaths and in like
manner on his first visit to each of the Islands of Saint Vincent,
Saint Lucia and Dominica.

7.-(1) There shall be in each of the Islands an Administra-
tor appointed by the Governor by an Instrument under the
Public Seal of the Island concerned, who shall hold his office
during Our pleasure, and who shall administer the Government
of that Island.







(2) Whenever and so long as there shall be no person in the
Island appointed in accordance with parugi aph (1) of this Article
Lnd capable of discharging the duties of ad iinistiation, such per-
son as the Governor mayappoint in writing or, in default of such
appointment, the senior Member of the Executive Council of the
Island there present and so capable shall act as Administrator.
(3) Every Administrator,before assuming the administration
of the Government of any Island, shall, in the form and manner
prescribed in these Letters Patent, take the Oaths herein directed
to be taken by the Governor with the substitution, in the second
Oath set out in the Third Schedule hereto, for the words "the
Office of Governor", of a reference to the Office of Administrator
of the Island concerned.
(4) The Oaths having been taken in accordance with para-
graph (3) of this Article, We do hereby authorise, empower and
command every such Administrator to do within the Island, the
Government of which he is authorised to administer, all things
that belong to the Office of Governor as provided in these Letters
Patent, so far as the same can be done therein, but subject to and
in accordance with such Instructions as may from time to time
be given to the Governor under Our Sign Manual and Signet or
through a Secretary of State, and such lawful instructions as the
Governor shall address to the Administrator from time to time
for his guidance, and, if he is appointed by the Governor as
aforesaid, subject also to the terms of his appointment.

8.-(1) Whenever the Office of Governor is vacant, or the Succession to
Governor is absent from the Windward Islands or is from any Government.
other cause prevented from, or incapable of, performing the func-
tions of his Office, the Government of the Windward Islands
shall, during Our pleasure, be administered by-
(a) such person as We may appoint under Our Sign Manual
and Signet; or
(b) if there be no person in the Windward Islands so
appointed and capable of discharging the duties of admin-
istration, such person asWe may designate by Instructions
through a Secretary of State ; or
(c) if there be no person in the Windward Islands so desig-
nated and capable of discharging the duties of administra-
tion, the senior of the following officers who is in the
Windward Islands and so capable, namely-
(i) the person who holds the substantive appointment
of Administrator of Grenada ;
(ii) the person who holds the substantive appointment
of Administrator of Saint Vincent;
(iii) the person who holds the substantive appointment
of Administrator of Saint Lucia;







(iv) the person who holds the substantive appointment
of Administrator of Dominica ; or
(d) if all the substantive appointments of Administrator be
vacant, or if all the persons holding such appointments be
absent from the Windward Islands or be from any other
cause prevented from, or incapable of, performing the
functions of such appointments, the senior Member of the
Executive Council of Grenada then in Grenada and so
capable.
(2) For the purposes of this Article, the officers referred to
in sub-paragraph (c) of paragraph (1) of this Article shall take
seniority in such order as We may specially assign, and, in default
thereof, in the order of the respective dates of their appoint-
ments as Administrator.
(3) Before assuming the administration of the Government,
any such person as aforesaid shall, in that one of the Islands in
which he shall be at the occurence of the event by virtue of
which he is empowered to administer the Government, or at
which he shall first arrive thereafter, in the form and manner
prescribed in these Letters Patent, take the Oaths herein directed
to be taken by the Governor; which being done, We do hereby
authorise, empower and command such person, subject, if he is
appointed as aforesaid under Our Sign Manual and Signet, to the
terms of his appointment, to do during Our pleasure all things
that belong to the Office of Governor as provided in these Letters
Patent.
(4) Any such person as aforesaid shall not continue to
administer the Government after the Governor or some other
person having a prior right to administer the same has notified
that he is about to assume, or resume, the administration.
(5) The Governor or any other person as aforesaid shall not
be regarded as absent from the Windward Islands or prevented
from, or incapable of, acting in the duties of his Office for the
purposes of this Article during his passage between any of the
Islands or when there is a subsisting appointment of a Deputy
or Deputies under Article 9 of these Letters Patent.

Appointment of 9.-(1) Whenever the Governor-
Deputy to the (a) has occasion to be absent from the seat of Government
Governor. but not from the Wind ward Islands, or
(b) has occasion to be absent from the Windward Islands for
a period which he has reason to believe will be of short
duration, or
(c) by reason of illness, which he has reason to believe will
be of short duration, considers it desirable so to do,
he may, by an Instrument under the Public Seal of any of the
Islands, appoint any person in the Windward Islands to be his







Deputy during such.absence or illness, and in. that capacity.to
exercise and perform for and on behalf of the Governor during
such absence or illness all such powers and authorities, vested in
the Governor as shall be specified by such Instrument.
(2) By the appointment of a Deputy as aforesaid the power
and authority of the Governor shall not be abridged, altered, or
in any way affected otherwise than as We may at any time here-
after think proper to direct ; and every such Deputy shall con-
form to and observe all such instructions as the Governor shall
from time to time address to him for his guidance.
(3) Any appointment under this Article may at any time be
revoked by the Governor or by a Secretary of State and, in case
of absence as aforesaid, shall cease and determine upon the
return of the Governor to the seat of Government or to the
Windward Islands, as the case may be.

10.-(1) There shall be an Executive Council in and for
each of the Islands which shall consist in each case of such
persons as We shall direct by any Instructions under Our Sign
Manual and Signet.
Provided that, notwithstanding anything contained in these
Letters Patent, until such day or days as the Governor shall by
Order under his hand appoint, the Executive Council established
for each Island by the existing. Letters Patent and constituted
in accordance with the provisions of. the existing Instructions
shall continue to be the Executive Council of that Island, and
shall be constituted and shall perform its functions as if the
existing Instructions had not been revoked and as if no other
Instructions under Our SignManual and Signet had been issued
to the Governor.
(2) The Members of the Executive Councils shall hold their
seats in the said Councils for such period and upon such condi-
tions as may be specified in such Instructions as aforesaid.
(3) The Executive Councils shall not be disqualified for the
transaction of business by reason of any vacancy among the
Members thereof; and any proceedings therein shall be valid
notwithstanding that some person attended or took part in the
proceedings thereof who was not entitled so to do.

11. The Governor may constitute and appoint in Our name
and on Our behalf all such Judges and 9ther officers as may be
lawfully constituted or appointed by Us, all of whom, unless
otherwise provided by law, shall hold their offices during Our
pleasure.

12. Subject to the provisions of any law or regulations for
the time being in force and to such Instkuctions as may from
time to time be given to him by Us through a Secretary of State,


Elecutive Coun-
oils.






















Appointment of
officers.




Discipline.













Grant of Pardons.













Disposal of Lands.







Public Seals.



Officers and others
to obey the Gover-
nor and Adminis-
trators.

Reservation of
power to revoke or
amend Letters
Patent.

Publication and
preservation of
Letters Patent.


the Governor may, for cause shown to his satisfaction, dismiss or
suspend from the exercise of his office any person holding any
office under the Government of the Windward Islands or of any
one of the Islands, or may take such other disciplinary action as
may seem to him desirable.

13. When any crime has been committed for which the
offender may be tried within the Windward Islands, the Gover-
nor may, as he shall see fit, in Our name and on Our behalf,
grant a pardon to any accomplice in such offence who shall give
such information as shall lead to the conviction of the principal
offender, or of any one of such offenders, if more than one;
and further may grant to any offender convicted of any such
offence in any Court within the Windward Islands, a pardon,
either free or subject to lawful conditions, or any respite, either
indefinite or for such period as the Governor may think fit, of the
execution of any sentence passed on such offender, and may
remit the whole or any part of any such sentence or of any
penalties or forfeitures otherwise due to Us.

14. Subject to any law for the time being in force and to
any Instructions given to him by Us under Our Sign Manual and
Signet or through a Secretary of State, the Governor may, in
Our name and on Our behalf, make and execute, under the
Public Seal of any of the Islands, grants and dispositions of any
lands or other immovable property within any of the Islands
which may lawfully be granted or disposed of by Us.

15. The Public Seal of each Island shall be kept and used
by the Administrator of that Island for sealing all things what-
soever that shall pass the said Seal.

16. We do hereby require and command all Our Officers,
Civil and Military, and all other the inhabitants of the Wind-
ward Islands, to be obedient, aiding and assisting unto the
Governor and unto the Administrators.

17. We do hereby reserve to Ourselves, Our Heirs and
Successors, full power and authority from time to time to
revoke, add to, or amend these Our Letters Patent as to Us or
Them shall seem fit.

18.-(1) These Letters Patent shall be published in the
Official or Government Gazettes of each of the Islands, and shall
be read and proclaimed within each of the Islands.
(2) These Letters Patent shall be preserved within the
Island of Grenada, and a full and exact copy thereof shall be
deposited and duly recorded in the office of the Admuinistrator
of each of the Islands of Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia and
Dominioa,'and, so long as these Letters Patent remain in force,









every copy thereof recorded as aforesaid shall, within the
Island in which the same is recorded, have the same force, virtue
and effect as these Letters Patent.
In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to
be made Patent.
Witness Ourself at Westminster this twenty-seventh day
of August, 1951, in the Fifteenth year of Our Reign.
By Warrant under the King's Sign Manual.
NAPIER

THE FIRST SCHEDULE
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm constituting the
Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands and dated
the thirteenth day of November, 1936.
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm and dated the
twenty-eighth day of December, 1939, amending the aforesaid Letters Patent of
the thirteenth day of November, L936.
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of the Realm and dated the
eleventh day of May, 1945, amending the aforesaid Letters Patent of the
thirteenth day of November, 1936.
THE SECOND SCHEDULE
Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands and dated the ninth day of April,
1924.
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet and
dated the thirteenth day of November, 1936, amending the aEoresaid Instructions
of the ninth day of April, 1924.
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet and
dated the twenty-eighth day of December, 1939, amending the aforesaid Instruc-
tions of the ninth day of April, 1924.
Additional Instructions passed under Our Sign Manual and Signet and
dated the eleventh day of May, 1945, amending the aforesaid Instructions of
the ninth day of April, 1924.
THE THIRD SCHEDULE
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE
I,........................................................ do swear that I will be faithful
and bear true allegiance to His Majesty King George the Sixth, His Heirs
and Successors, according to Law. So help me God.
OATH FOR THE DUE EXECUTION OF THE OFFICE OF GOVERNOR
I ........................................................ do swear that I will well and
truly serve His Majesty King George the Sixth, His Heirs and Successors, in
the Office of Governor. So help me God.






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SAINT VINCENT.
STATUTORY RULES AND

1951, No. 91.


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS)
RULES.

(Gazetted 25th September, 1951).


1. Short title. These Rules may be cited as the Le council
(Elections) (Amendment) Rules 1951 and shall be used as one with the Legislative
Council (Elections) Rules 1951 (S.R. & 0. 1951 No. 87) (hereinafter referred to as
the principal rules).
2. Rule 13 of the principal Rules revoked and replaced.
Rule 13 of the Principal Rules is hereby revoked and replaced as follows :
13. SYMBOLS. There shall be printed upon every ballot opposite to
the name of each candidate, one of the symbols shown in the appendix to
these Rules. The order in which such symbols shall be allocated to each
candidate for an electoral district shall correspond with the order in which
his name appears on the ballot paper and with the order in which the
electoral districts are mentioned in the Legislative Council (Electoral
Districts) Order 1951 (S.R. & 0. 1951 No. 36) :
Provided that if after such allocation there shall remain any candidates
to whom symbols have not been allocated, the Supervisor of Elections shall
allocate to such candidates such of the aforesaid symbols as he shall deem
fit ".


3. Deletion of Appendix to principal Rules.
Principal Rules is hereby deleted and replaced as follows :


The appendix to the


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Made by the Governor in Council under Section 82 of the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance 1951 (No 13 of 1951) this 24th day of September, 1951.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(J 26/1950).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,
1951, No. 92.



THE KINGSTOWN HARBOUR (AMENDM
REGULATIONS. \T OF


(Gazetted 25th September 1951).



1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited t
Harbour (Amendment) Regulaticns, 1951, and shall be read ne w he
Kingstown Harbour Regulations, 1944, (S.R. & 0., 1944, No. 50 'einafter
referred to as the principal Regulations).

2. Schedule to principal Regulations amended. The Schedule to
the principal Regulations is hereby amended by substituting-

for the figures 1/3 the figures $0.36 "
for the figure 2/-" the figures $0.60 "
for the figure 8d the figures $0.20 "
for the figure 6d" the figures $0.12 "
for the figure 6d" the figures $0.18 "
for the figures 10/- the figures $4.00 "
for the figure 6d the figures $0.18 "
for the figure 1/-" the figures "$0.36 ".


Made by the Governor in Council under section 10 of the Kingstown Harbour
Regulations Ordinance Cap 200 this 21st day of September, 1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(S 4/1951).

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER

1951, No. 93. 4 0F

THE GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD A
RATES) BY-LAWS. t

(Gazetted 25th September, 1951).

1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Geor.0 i Town
Board (Traders' Rates) By-Laws.

2. Interpretation. In these By-Laws :-
Board means the Georgetown Town Board.
"Person includes body corporate, company and partnership.
Town means the town of Georgetown.
Trader means any huckster, merchant, shopkeeper and person engaged
in trade in the town.
Clerk means the Clerk of the town.

3. Licences to trade. (1) Every person who desires to carry on
business as a trader in the town shall obtain a licence from the Clerk to e-able
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 pa' .icular
case as set 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 tc. tracd, 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 Beard, may appeal against such decision within
the time and in the manner provided in Section 41 of the Local Government
Ordinance and the provision of Sections 41-45 of the said Ordinance shall apply
to the said appeal.

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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 if
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 31st ddy of December of the year current at the date of issue, or, in the
case 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 date of issue.

8. Penalty. Any person guilty of an offence against these By-Laws shall
be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to
imprisonment for a 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 Georgetown Town Board under Section 56 of the Local
Government Ordinance No. 17 of 1951, this 13th day of June, 1951.

ST. AUBYN CATO,
Chairman,
Georgetown Town Board.

Confirmed by the Governor under Section 56 (4) of the aforesaid Local
Government Ordinance this 14th day of August, 1951.

W. F. COUTTS,
S- Administrator.
(D. 6/1949 (A)).

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Name in full

t set out exact
nature of
licence

t set out year
or half-year.


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

TRADERS' LICENCE FOR THE TOWN OF GEORGETOWN.
................................................. ...................................................... ...... is k ereby licen sed
as a trader in the town of Georgetown to sell
t ....................................................................... for th e ......................................... ........
ending on the........................................................... ........... day of ......... ............. ...................

19..................


Clerk, Georgetown Town Beard.

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


APPLICATION FOR A TRADERs' LICENCE.


To : The-Clerk,
The Georgetown Town Board.
* N am e in full I* ................................................
t set out for a licence to trad
carefully kind t .............. ...
of licence
applied for day ........ ............................


hereby apply
for the


e as t.


.ending on the...._........
............................19 ................ in the town of


Georgetown.
t set out year
or half-year.

Signature of ApplUcant.
THIRD SCHEDULE. By-Law 4
TRADERS' LICENCES.
Hucksters $ .60
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters 248
Vendors of Aerated Waters 2-88
Manufacturers & Vendors of Aerated Waters 2-88
Keepers of Parlours 1.80
Dealers in provisions only, retail 3.60
Dealers in provisions only, wholesale & retail 7-20
dry goods only 6800
liquors only 7*20
dry goods & liquors 1080
dry goods & provisions 9.60
liquors & provisions 1080
. dry goods, liquors & provisions 14*40
dry goods, liquors, & provisions who are also
wholesale dealers 1800

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SAINT VINCENT 4, 25

STATUTORY RULES AN RDE 9,

1951, No. 94. -y


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 33) NOTICE.


(Gazatted 25th September, 1951).


1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 33) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) is further amended by deleting all the words, figures arid
symbols occurring in the columns opposite the articles, Live-Stock :-Sheep on the
hoof, and Goat on the hoof," Meat (locally slaughtered)-Goat, leg, O0,her Parts,
Mutton--Sheep (leg), Other P.ats." and substituting therefore the following :
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.


Article..

Livestock-
Sheep on the hoof ..
Goat on the hoof
Meat (locally slaugh-
terel)-Goait, leg
Other Parts
Mutton-Sheep (leg)
Other Parts


Maj.rimum Wholesale IPrice

4r. A'" At4r ea" B"& 0"
9c. p'r .h. I p"r lb.
Gc. per lb. 5;,c. per lb.


338. 7.2

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Maximum Retail. Price.

I Area "A" ( Area" B" & Area -("


2_e. p rl lb.
2()c. per 11l .
2(o. 1*r lb
22c. per lb.


per lb.
per lb.
prr lb.
per lb.


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3. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are Maximum prices for
which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First Schedule
Part B to the Prices Control Order (S.R. & 0. No. 25) is hereby amended by
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles : Codfish," Cooking Butter Australian, 'Breva ', " Condensed Milk-
Holland, Nestle's '," and substituting therefore the following :

FIRST SCIEDULE--PART B.


Article.



Codfish





Cooking Bntter-
Australi;in, Breva'
Condensed Milk-
Holland. Nestle's'


Maximum Wholesale Price



$101.72 per c'isk of
448 li)s.
$51.3i; per cask
27c. per lb. for any
quantity iess tIan -,- cask
I but not hiss 'lan 50 lbs.

$19.(2 per 25 lb. lin


$18.00 por case of
48-14 oz. tins


Maximum Retail Price.


Arta, -A" 1Area "B


`9e. per ]b).






88c. per lb.

42c. per tin


30c. per Ib.






89c. per lb.

43c. per tin


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 :A d C ".
Area C" means al" the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owia, Fancy,
Windsor Forest and the S1. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Compel ant Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & 0. No. 25) this 22nd day of September, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949),

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Area C."

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90e. per lb.

44c. per tin








SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-30th Jwne, 1951.


7. Port and Harbour Dues-
Tonnage ...
Port ...
Landing Dues, Aircraft
8. Other Fees of Court, &c. ...
9. Post Office
10. Electricity, Telephone, Refrigeration ...
11. Rent of Government Property
Interest
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands

lln. Refunds of Loans from General Revenue

13. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes
Total Revenue S


10,000
3,000
650
141,577
61,213
99,352
4,560
12,764
7.458
1,451,024
1,804
1,452,828
295,452
1,748.280


Estimate
Sfor the
Heads of Revenue. f year
1951.
1. Import Duties- $
Import Duty ... 475,000
Trade Duty on Imported Liquor ... 14,000*
Warehouse Rent ... 5,000(
2. Export Duty ... 128,000
3, Excise Duty on Rum ... 130,000)
Excise Duty on uagar ...
Trade Duty on locally distilled Liquor ... 40,000'
4. Other Duties ... 26,700
5. Licences-Liquor ... 10,000
Motor Vehicles, &c. ... 17,000
Other ... 7,750
6. Taxes-
Income Tax .., 212,000
Land and House Tax ... 30,000
Other Taxes ... 15,000


Revenue for
same period of
preceding year.


Actual Revenue
for the period of
the return.

$ C.
263.377 02
21,365 58
2,298 61
77,573 33
74,074 77

9,305 21
20,199 68
4,737 80
8,709 20
7,380 88

27,139 19
4,618 60
9,827 98

S,447 30
1,548 00
120 00
62,910 55
34,678 18
48,899 99
1,322 74
8,286 48
2,446 79
696,267 88
1,493 69
697,761 57
141.402 22
839,163 79


Increase.


c. $
45 18,112

91 602
58 19,477
94 16,804
66
52 1,024
06 7,895
16 249
84 1,359
16 1,454

73 17,716
67 492
88 8,109


Decrease.


$


1,162
..
..
..
1,162
,..
.,.

..


$
245,264

1,695
58,095
57,269
1,162
29,646
12,304
4,488
7,349
5,926

9,422
4,125
1,718

5,288
1,519
150
63,586
27,855
40,874
2,055
7,010
2,961
589,7731
7,268
597,042
217,928
814.970


*Trade Duty not separated in 1950.
Comparatwe Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-30th June, 1951.


Estimate Actual Expen-
for the diture for the
Headb of xponditure. year period of
1951. the return.

1. Governor ... 8,439 2,635 20
2. Legislature ... 13,160 3,705 00
3. A,1ministriiion ... 53,973 29,510 16
4. Agriculture ... 64,505 28,127 41
5. Audit ... 11,584 5,099 95 1
6. Central Housing Authority ... 4,000 2,000 00
6A. Central Road Authority ... 104,460 79,770 15
6B. Central Water Authority ... 11,054 4,197 71
7. Charitable ... 18,030 8,735 12
9. Education ... 234,285 108,307 28
10. Electricity ...I 71,588 34,592 71
11. Judicial ... 26,525 12,572 60
12. Labour ... 8,328 3,650 65
13. Lands and Survey ... 18,461 7.992 55
14. Legal ... 6,584! 3.374 39
15. Medical ... 290,707 135,166 50
16. Miscellaneous ... 36,849 29,962 02
17. Pensions ... 43,430 23,748 76
18. Police ... 118,341 55,112 08
19. Port and Marine ... 26,911 12,045 31
20. Post Office ... 37,959 14,557 67
21. Prisons ... 47,378 24,233 06
22. Public Debt ... 61,008 38,262 10
23. Public Library ... 5,8351 2,178 75
24. Public Works Department ... 59,072 26,631 34
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 47,020 69,858 13
27. Social Welfare ...
27A. St. Vincent Grenadines t ... ...
28. Subventions ... 23,588 20.179 98
29. Supply Control ... 14,307 7,640 11
30. Telephone .. 17,357 9,187 18
31. Treasury ... 70,293 32,814 79
1,555,031 835,848 66
26. Public Works Extraordinary ... 28.400 11,593 88
1,583,431 847,442 54
8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 295,452 160,852 51
Total Expenditure $ f1,878.883 1,008.295 05


t Now included under Head 3.
TavAsuaT,
12th September, 1951.
(F. 4911950\


Expenditure for
same period of Increase. Decrease.
preceding year.
$ c. c $ c,
4,377 62 ... ... 1,742 42
2,640 00 1,065 00 ... ...
18,305 69 11,204 47
22,421 24 5,706 17 ... ...
4,165 80 934 15
3,000 00 ... .. 1,000 00
36,635 53 43,134 62
269 10 3,928 61
8,112 65 622 47 ...
72,620 07 35,685 21
45,825 24 ... ... 11,232 53
9,703 26 2,869 34 ... ..
3,963 57 ... ... 312 92
5,530 92 2,461 63
3,012 31 362 01 ... ...
11,3,424 30 21,742 20
97,432 59 ... ... 67,470 57
17,356 91 6,391 85 ... ...
29,293 76 25,818 32 ...
10,175 72 1,869 59 ...
10,403 94 4,153 73 ...
20,987 44 3,245 62 ... ...
38,027 28 234 82 ... ...
1,115 83 1,062 92 ... ...
17,920 92 8,710 42 ... ...
27,370 29 42,487 84
843 52 ... ... 843 52
6,295 50 ... ... 6,295 50
12,096 10 8,083 88
6,192 92 1,447 19 ...
7,278 91 1,908 27 ... ...
27,925 37 4,889 42
684,724 37~ 240,021 75 88.897 46
31,842 54 ... ... 20,24 66
716,566 91 240,021 75 109,146 12
140,880 91 19,971 57 ... ...
857,447 85 259,993 32 109.146 12

V. D. ARCHER,
Treasurer.


95 18 35 ... ...
50 28 50
00 ... ... 30 00
34 ... ...
57 6,822 61
77 8,025 22
41 .732 67
75 1,275 73
68 ... ... 514 89
53 109,610 36 3,116 01
69 ... ... 5,775 00
22 109,610 36 8,891 -01
14 .. 76,525 92
36 109,610 36 85,416 93









Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 30th June, 1951.


LTABILITI ES.T


DEPOSITS : SPECIAL FUNDS

DEPOSITS: OTHER THAN SPECIAL FUNDS

OVERDRAFTS :
Barclays Bank Current, a/c
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund ...

SURPLUS:
Colony's Reserve Fund
General Revenue Balance:


Balance as at 1. 1. 51

Less Surplus & Deficit


$ c.


...11.016,390 80

... 164,152 31
88,6075


$ c.



1,180,543 11


88,607 59
... 19,200 00 107,807 59


96,985 22


' 230,844.70

169,131.26 61,713 44 158,698 66



$1,447,049 36


A S SET 'S.
CASH :
In Treasury & Sub-Treasuries
With Crown Agents
Barclays Bank Deposit a/c
Drafts and Remittances Intransit

ADVANCES

INVESTMENTS: COLONY :
Reserve Fund
Surplus Funi


i INVESTMENTS : SPECIAL FUNDS


$ c.

... 20,071 89
... 2,293 82
... 3 43
475 91




... 93,566 64
... 220,614 50

314,181 14


669,508 22


22,845 05

440,514 95







983,689 36



$1,447.049 36


Note: 1. At 30th June, 1951, the Public D[bt, (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $563,470.94. T;is figure includes the sum of $3,963.70 for the C.D.F. Loan for the St. Vin-
cent Co-operative Arrowroot Association. and $480.00 for the Kingstown Board Water Supply Loan, 1930, for which General Revenue is only responsible in case of default.
2. The accumulated funds for redemption of h),I DI)ht amonntad, at 30th June, 1951 to $189,165.08.
TREASURY, V. )D. ARCHER,
St. Vincent, B.W.I., Colonial Treasurer.
12th September, 1951.
(F. 49/1950).


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