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    Ordinance No. 7 of 1956: An Ordinance further to amend the Excise Ordinance, (Cap. 188)
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    Ordinance No. 8 of 1956: An Ordinance further to amend the Jury Ordinance, 1938 -20th March, 1956
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 10: The Income Tax (Double Taxation Relief) (Norway) Order, 1956
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 11: The Cotton Protection (Close Season) Order, 1956
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 12: The Prices Control (Amendment No. 2) Notice, 1956 - 20th March, 1956
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    The Accounts of the Colony for the period 1st January to 31st October, 1955
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Iublished b[ 6luthoritD.


VOL. 89.] SAINT VINCEN I'. TUESDAYA, 20 MARCH. I- 56.


[No. 17.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES,


No. 111.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
The following list of Justices of the Peace for the Colony is published for
general information :-


Name.

Alves, Joseph
Archer, V. D.

Balfour, Ralph
Ballah, Esau ......
Brereton, R. M.
Browne, C. F.
Browne, L. W.

Byam, C. J. ......
Connell, S. C., M.B
Coombs, Henry A.
Daisley, H. E. A. (J
DosSantos, Hon. A
Davis, H. A., O.B.
Dougan, John A.
Drayton, Alonzo D
Dunn, Rev. J. R. A.
Falby, W. A. ......
Fraser, Edward P.


Profession, occupation or
calling.


.. Proprietor
.. Retired Civil Servant

...... ...... Planter
...... ...... Head Teacher
...... ...... Retired School Teacher
...... ...... Head Teacher
. Retired Agricultural
Officer
...... ...... Proprietor
i.E. Retired Civil Servant
..... Merchant
nr.) _.. School Teacher
. B. C. ...... Planter
E. ..... Merchant
..... Proprietor
. ...... Proprietor
..... ...... Minister of Religion
...... ...... Proprietor
..... Proprietor


Place of residence.

Union Island
Kingstown

Canouan
Biabou
Layou
Marriaqua

Union Island
Troumaca
Kingstown
Georgetown
Barrouallie
Colonarie
Sion Hill
Calliaqua
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Stubbs
Layou


Hadley, Hon. W. A., C.B.E....... Planter
Hazell, Claude ...... .... Proprietor
Hobson, Major F. M. C.,
M.B.E., E.D. ...... ..... Estate Manager
Huggins, W. H. ...... ...... Planter
Jackson, Lawrence ...... ...... Estate Manager
Joachim, E. A. Merchant
John, Errey B. .... School Teacher
Jones, Rev. F. Bertram ..... Minister of Religion


Union Estate
Bequia

Georgetown
Calliaqua
Owia
Barrouallie
Georgetown
Layou


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76 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 MARCH, 1956.-(No. 17).


Name.

Maingot, Everard L. -
McIntosh, Cyril -
McIntosh, Sydney V. -
McMillan, Dr. K. J. E. ...
Minors, Rupert -
Nanton, W. A. G. ......
Prescod, C. W. .... ..
Providence, L. A. ...... -
Punnett, Hon. Arnold, Mor-
gan, C.B.E.
Punnett, Duncan .....
Punnett, Langley ..... -
Punnett, Lewis L .....
Richards, J. E. ....
Sandy, G. M .... -
Saunders, T. M. -
Stay, Robert .....
Stephens, George ...
Stephens, P. S. -. -
Theobalds, V. P. ...... ..
Tucker, J .......
Weekes, D. Elson ..... ..
Woods, J. D.
Young, Hon. H. F. -
20th March, 1956.
(J. 8/1948).


Profession, occupation or
calling.
Proprietor
Planter
P3pwrietor
Medical Practitioner
Estate Manager
Vflnter
Retired Civil Servant
School Teacher

Planter
Planter
Planter
Proprietor
Merchant
Retired School Teacher
School Teacher
Proprietor
School Teacher
Merchant
Retired Civil Servant
Merchant
Civil Servant
School Teacher
Proprietor


Place of residence.

tustique
*equia
Bequia
Kingstown
Chateaubelair

XIingstown
Troumaca

Diamond Estate
Pembroke
Peniston
Villa.
Geoigetfown
New Montrose
Murray Road
Georgetown
Colonarie
Georgetown
Kingstown
Chateaubelair
Kingstown
Sandy Bay
Layou.


No. 112.
VACATION LIAVE.

Captain N. H. GONSALVES. Suporin-
tendent of Prisons, St. Vincent, has
been. granted tihpee and a half months'
(31) vac.ttion leave with effectt from
15th Felru;ary, 1956,
20th March, 1956.
(P.F. 734).

No. 113.
RETIREMENrT.


Previous training in chemistry or
General Science will be taken into
account.
The salary attached to the post, which
is non-pensionabbl, is in the scale $52S
x $84-$606 per annum.
20th March, 1956.

No. 115.
PosTS oF JUNIOR AGRICULiTURAL
INSTRUCTORS, DEPARTME S4 OF AG*I-
CULTURE. ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.


With reference to Gazette Notice N.-. Application,, ate invited firom suit-
21 of 17th January. 1956, Mr. M(D. ably qualified candidates for the two
SMITH, 'Jolo.iinlPos;master, St. Vinceit,, vaca;:t posts of Junior Ag.riuJtuln
retired the Service with effect from 9th Instructors in the Department of Agri-
March, 195). cnltu Ite.
20th 'March. 196. Appointment. The appointment i*
(P.F. 77). non-pensionable and wilt e' for a pro-
__ ationary period of 6~'e yea in itwe fii'st
instance. The 'Bee.-iu1Yaindiddae witl
No. 114. VACANT postS I). subject to the Cdlo6nial Itegublatiois
ain General Orders ajd' P acitcl a'i:d
STUDEINT 'TECHNICIAN. LABORATORY. Store Roles of tli Windwa'ri' Islainla
COLONIAL HOSPITAL. and to the various Ordinances afnd siib-
si(liary Legislation in 1o*oce i, the Col-
A application. are invited for the post ony in so far as they ar; applicable.
of Student Tochnicin;. L-tboratory. Salary: The salary is, at I14 rati of
Colonial Hospital. $768 rising ty annual'ii'.r Appli ttioins stating ag, and qualifica- to $1,068 per ann ".
tions and aecompaniedl by at least two Allowaitces: Travelliing:aiowane- is
recent testinmoiatls should he :;1iressed payable in accord-tince with local re.gW-
to the Setior Medical Otficer and shuhl latiobs in Iespect cf a moa~u-s of tr Tn*-
reael his fieice not later than ."7th port:a.pprqriv td by the, AdmiMnistrition.
March, 1956. artrters : Qni'rte rs art! not provih, d
Preference will be given to canililates nor any l:tlowanii~ in lieu thereof.
who hold the Oamhridte School Cer- Duties: The duties will include the
tificat,- or its equivalent. development and, general supervision c,f















.SAINT VINUEN., 1TUESD. Y. 20 MARCH, lt196.-(No. 17).


Plasant agri'cultnre with special ref,.i-
enue to soil conservation, land settle-
ment, credit societies, co-oper.ative
processing and marketing of crop-,
livestock development, the administra-
tion of laws relating to agriculture and
such other duties as may be required to
be performed froo, time to time.
Applications giving full particulars
of the candidate's qualifications and
experience an I accompanied by two
testimonials, should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriclilture, Agri-
cultu'al Deptrtment, St. Vincent and
should riach him not later than 1.5th
April, 1956.
20th March, 1956.

No. 116,
Santot DRBAUHTSMAN, WINDWARD
ISLANDS.

Applioaiions are invited for appoint-
ment to the pos't of Senior Draughts--
man, Windward Islands, particulars of
which are as follows :-
Appointinent : The post is non-pt!en-
sionable, and appointment there-
to will be on a temporary con-
tractual basis for a period of 2
years in the first instance. The
officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations and the
local General Orders for the time
being in force, so far as they are
applicable. The officer will be
a. member of the staff of the
Executive Architect, Windward
Islands, and will be stationed in
St. Lucia.
Salary: The salary will be at the
rate of $3,360 (700) per annum
in the scale $3,360 x $120-$3,600
(C700 x 25-750) per annum.
Qualifications: Applicants should
Have had at least 5 years experi-
ence of work usually undlert:iken
by an Architect's Oflice and be
thoroughly conversant with the
preparation of working drawings
and specifications.
Quarters Quarters are not provided.
Passqas: Free passages to St. Lucia
will be provided for the officer,
his wife and children, not exceed-
ing 5 persons ih all :' children to
be under 18 years of. age. nnuam:r-
t il, and dependenton the officer
Filee return passageswil' also be
provided on the satisfactory ter-
mination of the period of engage-
ment.
AIeavi : Vacation leave on full salary
will be granted at the rate of one
week for each completed period
of 12 months service. Sich leave


to be taken on the satisfactory
terminating ol the ofFhce'i.' con-
t ract.
Medical Attention: Free Medical
; attention and medicines- are not
provide,.
Taxation : Al" If' vernment office rs
are liable to taxation impo.:, d by
local legislation.
Applications, giving full particular- of
applicants' qualificetions and exp( ri( cc
a;nd accompanied by two tstimonials
which will not be returned, should be
add dressed to the Chief Secretary. Wind-
Sward Islands. at Grenada. ard should
*reach him not later than the 30th April,
1956.
20th March, 1956.

No. 117.
LEGISLATION.

Tlie Right [otonourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not he
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinance of this Government:-
No. 17 of 1955.-An Ordinance to
repeal and replace the Central
Water Distribution Autho ity
Ordinance, 19501
(J. 2/1950).
20th March, 1956.

No. 11&.
The under-mentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor are published
for general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 7 of 1956.-An Orainance furt.hei
to amend the Excise Ordinance.
(Cap. 188).
(M. 38/1948).

No. 8 of 1956.-kn Ordinance further
to amend the Jury Ordinance.
1938.
(J. 96/1948).
20th March, 1956.

No. 119.
T'Pe following Docunliits are pub-
fished, with this iss.m- of the Gaz-t, :--
S.R., & O. No. 10.-The Income Tax
(Double Taxation Relie) (Ncrr
way) Order, 1956.
(. 21 1960).
.S.W. & O0. No. 1.1.- PheCotion Protec-
tion (Clse Season) Order. 195fi.
(B. 1411951).














78 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 MARCH, 1956.-(No. 17).


S.R. & 0. No. 12.-The Prices Con-
trol iAmendment No. 2) Notice,
1956.
(J. 511951 II).
20th March, 1956.


No. 120.
SUPPLEMENTS TO (JAZETTE.

The Accounts of tihe Colony for tie
period 1st .Iautary to 31st October,
1955, are published with this issei of:
the Gazette.
20th March, 1956.

No. 121.
The Administration Report by the
Colonial Treasurier .ot. tihe Accounts of
the Colony of St. Vincent for the year
1954, is published with this issue of the
Gazette.

By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
20th March. 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday the 24th day of Arril, 1956,
commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
ioned as Jtlrors or witne',ses are cont-
nandedl to give their personal atten-
Alance.
8t h March, 1936.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting


NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windv, ard
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday the 24th
day of April, 1956, commencing at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

C. E. RAWLE,
Registrar. Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
8th March, 1956.


PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE FROM THE
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

At a recent meeting of the Sanitary
Authority it was unanimously agreed to
change the time for commencenjent
of work for the "-wyk-ing personnel of
the Scavenging Service from 6 a.m. to
4 a.m. beginning from Monday 26th
March, 1956.
2. As a result of this change the
existing Regulation governing the col-
lection of house refuse in Kingstown
has been accortiiiily amended to read
as follows:-
IIn the town of Kingstown the occu-
pier of every dwelling house not
being a barrack, and the owner
of every barrack shall between
7 a.m. and 8 a.m., and the Man-
ager, Director or Owner of any
Business Premises shall between
8.30 of every day (except Sundays
and Public Holidays) deposit in
the gateway or immediately out-
side such premises in a con-
veniently accessible a moveable
.receptacle in which shall be
placed all the house refuse of
such premises for thb purl-ose of
removal by the Sanitiry Author-
ity ".
3., Such persons as are concerned are
kindly asked to co-op(.ritv so that 11 e
change will result in the increased effi-
ciency which is desired in maintaining
the cleanliness of thin Town.

M. F. SLATTERY,'
Senior Medical Oficer.
.14th March, 1956..


of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be :
held at the Court Honsf ii Kingstown,' AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
for the trial of CIVIL' causes in the -
Summail y and Original .J risdictions of NOTICE OF SALE
the Court on Tuesday the 24th day Th -re will h Pit up for gale a
of April. 1956. conmmnencing at -10.00 Public Auction ol Wedne isda -. 8
o'clock in the forenoon March, 1956, at the Office of the Depart
8t0h iarchl, 1956. ment of A-'ricnrit rp hiw..n t,,..


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 MARCH. 19.56.-(No. 17).


of I p.m. and 2 p.m. the under- if linking a return even though a form
mentioned parcels of land at the may not have been received from the
THREE RIVERS LAND SETTLE- Departmnent. Forms may be obtained,
MENT ALLOTMENT :- o: pplicjtion, at the Revenue Offices
Lot 106 as slown on the Plan No. C5 at Georgetown, Barronallie. Bequia. and
of the said Three Rivers Lanid Union Island, *or in any other district
Settlement Allotments measuring 2 from the Police Station situate therein
acres and 7 poles and hounded on the or from the Income Tax Department.
North by lands of Stephen DaBreo Kingstown. whecr any person requiring
(Lot 71) South by the Public Roaad information in c,,nnection therewitli is
East by Government Reserve tind West, invited to enquire.
by lands of Ed ward Smartt (Lot 70). 4. The form correctly com pleted,
Lot as shownon the said Plan should be accompanied by all necessary
Lot 111 as shown on the said Plan supporting statements. Specimens of
No. C5 (of the Three Riv,.rs Land Settle- the form of account required from
meant Allotments measuring 4 acres, 2 small traders and from occupiers or
roods and 24 moles and bounded on the cultivators of land will be supplied on
North by Government Reserve South by request.
lands of Adeline Theobalhis (Lot 124) F. E. WILLIAMS.
East by Government Reserve and West Income Tax Oficer,
by Park Hill Allotments. For the Commissioners of
ANY PERSON who is desirous of Income Tax.
viewing these lands before the sale may 1st March, 1956.
arrange with Mr. C. J. Williams,
Agricultural Assistant, Georgetown. TO TRADERS, BUSINESSMEN AND


J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of
Agriculture.


5th March, 1956.


INCOME TAX NOTICES.
TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the lat st date for the submission
of Income Tax Returns for assessment
in the year 1956 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an off-nce against the Income
Tax Ordinance. rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceed-
ing SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. Every person whose income accru-
ing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the proceeding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the lI re-
scribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that the Income Tax Drepartment is
tnder no obligation to send a return
form to anyone and that a person is not
exonerated from the statutory liability


lUPROFESSION AL JMElJN.

1. Any person engaged in any trade,
business or profession shall keep in
the English language proper books of
account sufficient to record all trans-
actions necessary in order to ascertain
the gains arnd profits made or the loss
incurred in each such trade, business or
profession, and any such person who
fails to comply with this provision shall
be guilty of an offence, and in addition
to anv penalty incurred he shall I;e
liable to pay any tax to which he may
be assessed under the provisions of the
Income Tax Ordinance.
2. Any person guilty of an offence
under the Income Tax Ordinance shall
be liable on conviction before a Magis-
trate to a fine not exceeding seven hun-
dred and fifty dollars, and in default
of payment to imprisonment with or
without hard labour, for a term not
exceeding six months.
3. All p-rsons concerned are advised
to comply with above requirements.
F. E. W\ILLIAMS,
Income Tax Officer,
For the Conmissoners of
Income Tax.
Income Tax Office,
Kingstown,
1st March, 1956.


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX ARREARS.

It is bereby notified for genaial in-
formation that Warrants will he issued
for the recovery of all taxes, together














80 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 20 MARCH. 1956.-(No. 17).


with the fees and fines due thereon,
which at the 31st Day of January, 1956,
remain unpaid, in accordance with
Land and House Tax Ordinance Cap.
194 Section 37.
P. R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury Chambers,
Kin gstown.
11th February, 1956.


SAINT VINCENT.

By Authority of the Patents Ordinance
(Chapter 155 of the Revised Laws of
Saint Vincent, 1926).


NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was on the 23rd day of
December, 1955, made by HENRY Louis
IMItLMANN of 933 South State Road,
Arlington Heights, Illinois, in the Unit-
ed States of America, for a patent in
respect of an invention for "Improve-
ments in or relating to apparatus for
converting heat energy directly to
electrical energy."


2. This invention relates generally to
a method and apaiatus for converting
heat directly to electricity by thib
phenomenon of thornio-elcciricity.

D. ELSON WERKES,
Registrar of Patents.
(Acting).
Patent Office,
Saint Vincent
28th February, 1956.


ST. VINCENT COTTON GINNERY.

COPRA NOTICE.

Sellers of Copra are warned that un-
less the copra delivered at the Ginnery
is of first class quality it will be re-
jected. We cannot afford to buy poor
quality copra with low oil content.
Prodlucers of Copra are advised to
pick only fully ripe nuts, to let them
stand'for some time before breaking,
and to dry the colpra properly.

J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager.
28th February, 1956.


NOTICE.
UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.
It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly
Licensing Sessions will be held in the nnd ermentioned P rishhes for the pulvpoe
of lhe:;ring applications from applicants in Iheir respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with tht. L quer .ictie Ordint e.. ]P948
at the time and places hereunder.


Parish.
S-. George & St. Andrew



Charlotte



St. David


(1reuiadhines',(Bequia)


Time and Place of Session.
...At the Court House, Kingstown,, on
Wednesday, 28th March, 1956, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

,. At the Court House, Georgetown, oil
Friday, 16th March, 1966, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

... At the Court House, Chaieaubelair, on
Monday 26th March, 1956, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

... At the Court House,at Port Elizabeth, on
Wednesday, 7th March, 1956, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.


Notices of intention to oppose the grant, of any Certificates stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must" be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Sessions.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
Acting Magistrate.














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 20 MARCH, 1956-(No. 17.) 81


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES
AND TRANSFERS.


Parish.


St. George &
St. Andrew ..



















Charlotte





St. David

Grenadines
(Bequia) ...


Nime of Applicant.



Gill Brothlers

Benjamin M;ipp
Eleanor Plato
Robert Gillizeniu
Ed'mund Hinds
James Gallite
Samuel Moses

Peter DePonte

Hudson V. Soso

Bol tlers (St. Vin-
cent) Ltd.


Sydney Deane
Lennie Slater -

Albert Case
Alby Payne
Leonora Horne

Adolphus Showe

SMortley King


Ornie Ollivierre


IOccupation.


Re sideiice.


General Kingisiiiwn
Merchants
h h iotk .|er C.irriere
Beitir
Kir gsown
Fi-i .Veilor ,,
S Shl.pkeel|'e Penision
Pn;isalnt Vermont
Pro ;rietorl
k Si.l0-1c1 Village
IC.on nwcrcial Siii. Hill

I A kratd Kingstown
I B,'vt age
Mani ifactn-
rers
i Shopkeeper Kingstown
Vermont

Hopewell
Belvidere
Housewife Byera
Village
Shopkeeper Byera Hill

Shopkeeper Rose Rank


Se: man Paget Farn


Situation of
Premise..


Kings~town

carion,'L
Fomitaii,
Ki r g-it IIWn1

11; t of 1
1.111i on t

Ltodule Village

Kintgstown


Kingstown



Kingstown
I' it-n111t


Hopewcl]
Blvidcre
Byera Village

Byera Hill

Rose Bank


I Paget Farm


0. E. A. RAWLE,
Artinf/ .1tlistrate.


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
23rd February, 1956.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 31st March, 1956,
at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial. Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
. .stlngstwn.."
8th March, 1956.
DISTRICT II.


Name of Owner or
Occupier.

Abbott, Benjamin
Balcombe, Leonard
Ballantyne, Samuel
Baptiste, Alexander
Baptiste, A. Joseph
Benn, Elizabeth


Situation of
Property.


Caratal
Langley Park
Caratal
Dicksons
Langley Park Mt.
Park Hill


Description of
Property.


Dwelling house
Dwelling house
Dwelling house
Dwelling house
acres 1 rood 11 poles
acres 3 roods 19 poles














82 *AIN1 VINCENT, TUESDAY. 20 MARCH, 1956.-(No. 17).


Name of Owner or
Occupier.


Situation of
Property.


Description of
Property.


Bernard, Edmund
Billengy, Odessa
Blake, Henry
Bowens, Alexander
Burke, Samuel
Collins, Ephraim, Hrs.
Corrington, Florence
Da Breo, Rosalie
DeFreitas, Zeno
Durrant, Chrissey
Ellis. Isaac
Gonsalves, Patrick
Hackshaw, Stephana
Harry, Conliffe
Hector, Agnes
Henry, Oleanor
Jackson, William, Hrs.
James, Alice
James, Colonel
John, Bruce
Joseph, Advira
Joseph, Amanda
King, Jafeth
Kydd, Percy
Kydd, Princess
Ledgerwood, James
Ledgerwood, Mary
Lewis, Helena
Lewis, Prince
Lewis, A. Thomas
Lougheed, Clifford
Lougheed, Amy Valarie
Lougheed, Robert
Mercury, Solomon
Millington, Dorcas
Millington, Elliot
Myall, Emmeline
'Nedd, Augustine
Nedd, Bentinck
Nedd, Cleophas
Nedd, Isabella
Nedd, Rosevelt
Nimblet, Fitzroy
Peters, Charles
Peters, Walter
Power, Matilda
Quashie, Moses
Romeo, Mildred
Sampson, King
Sampson, Morris
Small, Clifford
Sutherland, Jim
Wilkinson, Ina


Caratal
Chester Cottage
Mt. Bentinck
Langley Park
Chili
Chili
Park Hill
Park Hill
South Rivers
Mt. Bentinck
Gorse
Park Hill
South Rivers
Chester Cottage


Park Hill
Byera Road
South Rivers
Mt. Bentinck
Chester Cottage
11 99
Three Rivers
Byera Hill

Locust Valley
South Rivers
Mt. Bentinck
Mt. William
Farm
Langley Park
Dicksons
Caratal
Dicksons
Bellevue

Chester Cottage
Park Hill


South Rivers
Park Hill
Three Rivers
Park Hill
Park Hill
Mt. Bentinck

Mt. Bentinck
Three Rivers
Dicksons
Mt. Bentinck
11 11


1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
2 Roods
2 acres 1 rood 32% poles
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
2 acres 2 roods 2 poles
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
4 acres 21 poles
1 House spot
1 House spot
6 acres 29 poles
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
5 acres 13 poles
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
6 acres
1 Dwelling house
2 acres 18 poles
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 Rood
2 Roods
2 Roods
1 Dwelling house
2 Roods
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot
1 House spot
3 Poles
1 Dwelling house
I Dwelling house
1 Dwelling house
1 House spot


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SAINT VINCENT.

No. 7 of 1956.

I Assent,

[ L.S. ] C. M. DEVERELL,
Governor.

10th March, 1956.

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Excise Ordinance (Cap,
188).
[ 20th March, 1956. 1

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Excise (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1956, and shall be read as one with' the Excise
Ordinance, as from time to time amended, which Ordinance, as
so amended, is hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance.

2. Section 3 of the principal Ordinance, as replaced by section
2 of the Excise (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954, is hereby further
amended by the deletion of the words sixteen shillings and two
pence in lines five and six in subsection (2) thereof and the
substitution therefore of the words four dollars and thirty-six
cents ".

3. The Excise (Amendment) Ordinance, 1944, is hereby
repealed.


Short title.

Cap. 188.


Section 3 of
principal
* Ordinance
amended.
No. 33 of 1954


Repeal of
Ordinance
No. 17 of 1944.









66

No. 7. Excise (Amendment). 1956.


Passed the Legislative Council this 12th day of January, 1956.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk, Legislative Council.


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SAINT VINCENT.


No. 8 of 1956.

I Assent,


C. M. DEVERELL,

[ L.S. ] Governor.

10th March, 1956.

AN ODINANCE further to amend the Jury Ordinance, 1938.
[ 20th March, 1956. ]

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.


1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Jury (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1956, and shall be read as one with the Jury Ordinance,
1938, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Ordinance) and
all amendments thereto.

2. Section 4 of the principal Ordinance is hereby further
amended by inserting a semi-colon immediately after the word
"subject" appearing in the first line of condition (c) therein and
deleting therefrom the remaining words and stop of the said
condition.


Short title.

TNo. 9 of 1938.

Section 4 of
principal
Ordinance
further
amended.


Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day of February, 1956.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Clerk of Legislative Council.
(J. 96/1948.)

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SAINT VINCENT.

S'TUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

.. 1956, No. J.t&


INCOME TAX (DOUBLE TAXATION RELIEF) (NORWAY)
ORDER.

(Gazetted 20th March, 1956.)

WHEREAS it is provided by section 56 of the Income Tax Ordinance 1956, (No. 1
of 1956), that if the Governor in Council by Order declared that arrangements
specified in the Order 'have 'been made with the Government of any territory
outside the Colony with a view to affording relief from double taxation in relation
to income tax and any tax of a similar character imposed by the laws of that
territory and that it is expedient that those arrangements should have effect,
the arrangements shall 'have effect in relation to income tax notwithstanding
anything in any enactment:
AND WHEREAS by a Convention dated the -2nd day of May, 1951, between the
Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of 'Norway, arrange-
ments were 'made among other things for the avoidance of double taxation:
AND WHEREAS provision is made in the said Convention for the extension by
means of an exchange of notes between the Contracting Parties of the said
Convention, subject to such modifications and conditions (including conditions
as to termination) as may belpecified in the exchange of notes, to any territory,
for 'whose international relations the United Kingdom is responsible, which im-
poses, taxes substantially similar in character to those which are the subject of
the said Convention:
AND WHEREAS by an Exchange of Notes dated the 18th day of May, 1955, the
said Convention with certain modifications was applied to the Colony of Saint
Vincent:

1. Declaration.
Now, THEREFORE, IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by the Governor in Council-
(a) that the arrangements specified in the First Schedule to this Order, as
modified by the provisions of the Second Schedule to this Order, have
been made with the Government of Norway;
(b) that it is expedient that those arrangements should have effect.

2. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Income Tax (Double Tax-
ation Relief) (Norway) Order, 1956.


35*-^^4






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FIRST SCHEDULE
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE NORWEGIAN
GOVERNMENT FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION AND THE PREVENTION OF
FISCAL EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME.
The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland and the Government of Norway,
Desiring to conclude a Convention for the avoidance of double taxation and
the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income,
Have agreed as follows:-
ARTICLE I.
(1) The taxes which are the subject of the present Convention are:-
(a) In Norway:
The national income tax, including the national defence tax on income,
the communal income tax, the old age pension tax, the war pension tax, and
the seamen's tax, and, for the purposes of Article XIX, the national property
tax, including the national defence tax on property (hereinafter referred to
ns "Norwegian tax");
(b) In the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:
The income tax (including surtax) and the profits tax (hereinafter re-
ferred to as "United Kingdom tax").
(2) The present Convention shall also apply to any other taxes of a substan-
tially similar character imposed in Norway or the United Kingdom subsequently
to the date of signature of the present Convention.

ARTICLE II.
(1) In the present Convention, unless the context otherwise requires:-
(a) The term "United Kingdom" means Great Britain and Northern Ireland,
excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man;
(b) The term "'Norway" means the Kingdom of Norway, excluding Spits-
bergen and Bear Ildand and Jan Mayen and the Norwegian dependencies
outside Europe;
(c) The terms "one of the territories" and "the other territory" mean the
United Kingdom or Norway, as the context requires; -
(d) The tern "tax" means United Kingdom tax or Norwegian tax, as the
context requires;
(e) The term "person" includes any body of persons, corporate or not cor-
porate;
(f) The term "company'" means any body corporate;
(n-) The terms "resident of the United Kingdom" and "resident of Norway"
mean respectively any person who is. resident in the United Kingdom
::r ,he purposes of United Kingdom tax and not resident in Norway for
the purposes of Norwegian tax, and any person who is resident in Norway
ifor the purposes of Norwegian tax and not resident in the United King-
dom for the purposes of United Kingdom tax; a company shall be regarded
as resident in the United Kingdom if its business is managed and con-
trolled in the United Kingdom and as resident in Norway if its business
is mariaged or controlled in Norway;








(h) The terms "resident of one of the territories" and "resident of the other
territory" mean a person who is a resident of the United Kingdom or a
person who is a resident of Norway, as the context requires;
(1) The terms "United Kingdom enterprise" and "Norwegian enterprise"
mean respectively an industrial or commercial enterprise or undertaking
carried on by a resident of the United Kingdom and an industrial or
commercial enterprise or undertaking carried on by a resident of Norway,
and the terms "enterprise of one of the territories" and "enterprise of the
other territory" mean a United Kingdom enterprise or a Norwegian
enterprise, as the context requires;
(j) The term "industrial or commercial profits" includes rents or royalties
in respect of cinematograph films;
(k) The term "permanent establishment," when used with respect to an
enterprise of one of the territories, means a branch, management, factory,
or other fixed place of business, but does not include an agency unless the
agent has, and 'habitually exercises, a general authority to negotiate and
conclude contracts on behalf of such enterprise or has a stock of mer-
chandise from which he regularly fills orders on its behalf. In this
connexion-
(i) An enterprise of one of the territories shall not be deemed to have a
permanent establishment in the other territory merely because it
carries on .business dealings in that other territory through a bona
fide broker or general commission agent acting in the ordinary course
of his business as such.
(ii) The fact that an enterprise of one of the territories maintains in the
other territory a fixed place of business exclusively for the purchase
of goods or merchandise shall not of itself constitute that fixed place
of business a permanent establishment of the enterprise.
(iii) The fact that a company which is a resident of one of the territories
has a subsidiary company which is a resident of the other territory
or which carries on a trade or business in that other territory
(whether through a permane-nt establishment or otherwise) shall
not of itself constitute that subsidiary company a permanent estab-
lishment of its parent company.
(2) Where under the present Convention any income is exempt from tax in
one of the territories it (with or without other conditions) it is subject to tax in
the other territory, and that income is subject to tax in that other territory by
reference to the amount thereof which is remitted to or received in that other
territory, the exemption to be allowed under this Convention in the first-men-
tioned territory shall apply only to the amount so remitted or received.
(3) In the application of the provisions of the present Convention by one of
the Contracting Parties any term not otherwise defined shall, unless the context
otherwise requires, have the meaning which it has under the laws in force in the
territory of that Party relating to the taxes which are the subject of the present
Convention.
ARTICLE III.
(1) The industrial or commercial profits of a United Kingdom enterprise shall
not. be subject to Norwegian tax unless the enterprise carries on a trade or
business in Norway through a permanent establishment situated therein. If it'







26

carries on a trade or business as aforesaid, tax may be imposed on those profits
by Norway, but only on so much of them as is attributable to that permanent
establishment.
(2) The industrial or commercial profits of a Norwegian enterprise shall not
be subject to United Kingdom tax unless the enterprise carries on a trade or
business in the United Kingdom through a permanent establishment situated
therein. If it carries on a trade or business as aforesaid; tax may be imposed on
those profits by the United Kingdom, but only on so much of them as is
attributable to that permanent establishment.
(3) When an enterprise of one of the territories carries on a trade or business
in the other territory through a permanent establishment situated therein, there
shall be attributed to that permanent establishment the industrial or commercial
profits which it might be expected to derive in that other territory if it were an
independent enterprise engaged in the same or similar activities under the same
or similar conditions and dealing at arm's length with the enterprise of which
it is a permanent establishment.
(4) Where an enterprise of one of the. territories derives profits, under con-
tracts concluded in that territory, from sales of goods or merchandise stocked in a
warehouse in the other territory for convenience of delivery and not for purposes
of display, those profits shall not be attributed to a permanent establishment of
the enterprise in that other territory, notwithstanding that the offers of purchase
have been obtained by an agent in that other territory and transmitted by him
to the enterprise for acceptance.
(5) No portion of any profits arising to an enterprise of one of the territories
shall be attributed to a permanent establishment situated in the other territory
by reason of the mere purchase of goods or merchandise within that other terri-
tory by the enterprise.


ARTICLE IV.
Where-
(a) an enterprise of one of the territories participates directly or indirectly
in the management, control or capital of an enterprise of the other
territory, or
(b) the same persons participate directly or indirectly in the management,
control or capital of an enterprise of one of the territories and an enter-
prise of the other territory,
and, in either case, conditions are made or imposed between the two enterprises,
in their commercial or financial relations, which differ from those which would
be made between independent enterprises, then any profits which would but for
those conditions have accrued to one of the enterprises but by reason of those
conditions have not so accrued may be included in the profits of that enterprise
and taxed accordingly. ,


ARTICLE V.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Articles III and IV, profits which a resident
of one of the territories derives from operating ships or aircraft shall be exempt
from tax in the other territory.









ARTICLE VI'
(1) (a) Dividends paid by a company which i4 a resident of the United
Kingdom to a resident of Norway, who is subject to tax in Norway in respect.
thereof and does not carry Qn a trade or business in the United Kingddm through
a permanent establishment situated therein, shall be exempt from United King-
dom surtax. %
(b) Norwegian tax on dividends paid by a company which is a resident of
Norway to a resident of the United Kingdom, who is subject to tax in the United
Kingdom in respect thereof and does not carry on trade or business in Norway
through a permanent establishment situated therein, shall not exceed 5 per cent.
Provided that, where the resident of the United Kingdom is a company which
controls, directly or indirectly, not less than 50 per cent. of the entire voting
power of the company paying the dividends, the dividends shall be exempt from
Norwegian tax.
(2) Where a company which is a resident of one of the territories derives
profits or income from sources within the other territory, there shall not be
imposed in that other territory any form of taxation on dividends paid by the
company to persons not resident in that other territory, or any tax in the nature
of an undistributed profits tax on undistributed profits of the company, whether
or not those dividends or undistributed profits represent, in whole or in 'part,
profits or income so derived.


ARTICLE VII.
(1) Any interest or royalty derived from sources within one of the territories
by a resident of the other territory, who is subject to tax in that other territory
in respect thereof and does not carry on a trade or business in the first-mentioned
territory through a permanent establishment situated therein, shall-be exempt
from tax in that first-mentioned territory.
(2) In this Article-
(a) The term "interest" includes interest on bonds, securities, notes, deben-
tures or on any other form of indebtedness;
(b) The term "royalty" means any royalty or other amount paid as con-
sideration for the use of, or for the privilege of using, any copyright,
patent, design, secret process or formula, trade mark or other like pro-
perty, but does not include any royalty or other amount paid in respect
of the operation of a mine or quarry or of any other extraction of natural
resources.
(3) Where any interest or royalty exceeds a fair and reasonable consideration
in respect of the indebtedness or rights for which it is paid, the exemption
provided by the present article shall apply only to so much 6f the interest or
royalty as represents such fair and reasonable consideration.
(4) Any capital sum derived from sources within one of the territories from
the sale of patent rights by a resident of the other territory, who does not carry
on a trade or business in the first-mentioned territory through a permanent
establishment situated therein, shall be exempt from tax in that first-mentioned
territory.









ARTICLE VIII.
(i) Where under the provisions of the present Convention a resident of the
United Kingdom is exempt or entitled to relief from Norwegian tax, similar
exemption or relief shall be applied to the undivided estates of deceased persons
in so far as one or more of the beneficiaries is a resident of the United Kingdom.
(2) Norwegian tax on the undivided estate of a deceased person shall, in
so far as the income accrues to a beneficiary who is resident in the United
Kingdom, be allowed as a credit under Article XVI.


ARTICLE IX.
(1) Remuneration, including pensions, paid by, or out of funds created by,
one of the Contracting Parties to any individual In respect of services rendered
to that Party in the discharge of governmental functions shall be exempt from
tax in the territory of the other Contracting Party, unless the individual is a
national of that other Party without being also a national of the first-mentioned
Party.
(2) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to payments in respect of
services rendered in connection with any trade or business carried on by either
of the Contracting Parties for purposes of profit.


ARTICLE X.
(1) An individual who is a resident of the United Kingdom shall be exempt
from Norwegian tax on profits or remuneration in respect of personal (including
professional) services performed within Norway in any year of assessment if-
(a) he is present within Norway for a period or periods not exceeding in
the aggregate 183 days during that year, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a resident of the United
Kingdom, and
(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to United Kingdom tax.
(2) An individual who is a resident of Norway shall be exempt from United
Kingdom tax on profits or remuneration in respect of personal (including
professional) services performed within the United Kingdom in any year of
assessment, if-
(a) he is present within the United Kingdom for a period or periods not
exceeding in the aggregate 183 days during that year, and
(b) the services are performed for or on behalf of a resident of Norway, and
(c) the profits or remuneration are subject to Norwegian tax.
:(3) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to the profits or remunera-
tion of public entertainers such as theatre, motion picture or radio artistes,
musicians and athletes.


ARTICLE XI.
A resident of one of the territories shall be exempt from tax in the other
territory in respect of remuneration for services performed on ships or aircraft
operating outside the other territory.







ARTICLE XII.
(1) Any pension (other than a pension of the kind referred to in paragraph
(1) of Article IX) and any annuity, derived, from sources within Norway by an
individual who is a resident of the United Kingdom and subject to United Kingdom
tax in respect thereof, shall be exempt from Norwegian tax.
(2) Any pension (other than a pension of the kind referred to in paragraph
(1) of Article IX) and any annuity, derived from sources within the United
Kingdom by an individual who is a resident of Norway and subject to Norwegian
tax in respect thereof, shall be exempt from United Kingdom tax.
(3) The term "annuity" means a stated sum payable periodically at stated
times, during life or during a specified or ascertainable period of time, under
an obligation to make the payments in return for adequate and full consideration
in money or money's worth.
ARTICLE XIII.
A professor or teacher from one of the territories, who receives remuneration
for teaching, during a period of temporary residence not exceeding two years,
at a university, college, school, or other educational institution in the other
territory, shall be exempt from tax in that other territory in respect of that
remuneration.

ARTICLE XIV.
A student or apprentice from one of the territories, who is receiving full-time
education or training in the other territory, shall be exempt from tax in that
other territory on payments made to him from abroad for the purposes of his
maintenance, education or training.

ARTICLE XV.
(1) Individuals who are residents of 'Norway shall be entitled to the same
personal allowances, reliefs and reductions for the purposes of United Kingdom
tax as.British subjects not resident in the United Kingdom.
(2) Individuals who are residents of the United Kingdom shall be entitled
to the same personal allowances, reliefs and reductions for the purposes of
Norwegian tax as Norwegian nationals not resident in Norway.

ARTICLE XVI.
(1) Subject to the provisions of the law of the United Kingdom regarding
the allowance as a credit against United Kingdom tax of tax payable in. a
territory outside the United Kingdom, Norwegian tax payable, whether directly
or by deduction, in respect of income from sources within Norway shall be
allowed as a credit against any United Kingdom tax payable in respect of that
income.
Where such income is an ordinary dividend paid by a company resident "in
Norway the credit shall take into account (in addition to any Norwegian tax
appropriate to the dividend) the Norwegian tax payable by the company in
respect of its profits; and, where it is a dividend paid on participating preference
shares and representing both a dividend at the fixed rate to which the shares
are entitled and an additional participation in profits, the Norwegian tax so
payable by the company shall likewise be taken into account in so far as the divi-
dend exceeds that fixed rate.








Provided that for the purposes of this paragraph of this Article, the credit'
to be allowed for Norwegian communal income tax shall not exceeded one-half of
the said communal income tax.
(2) Where United Kingdom tax is payable, whether directly or by deduction,
In respect of income from sources,within the United Kingdom, and that income
is chargeable also to Ncz-rvegian tax, the Norwegian tax payable by the person
entitled to such income on his total income chargeable to Norwegian tax shall
be reduced by an amount which bears the same proportion to that 'Norwegian
tax as the income from sources within the United Kingdom bears to the said
total income. Provided that the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and Customs
may decide that the deduction shall not' exceed the amount of the United
Kingdom 'tax.
Where such income is an ordinary dividend paid by a company resident in
the United Kingdom, the deduction, in the event that it is restricted to the
amount of the United Kingdom tax, shall take into account (in addition to the
United Kingdom tax appropriate to the dividend) the United Kingdom profits
tax payable by the company in respect of its profits; and, where it is a dividend
paid on participating preference shares and representing both a dividend at
a fixed rate to which the shares are entitled and an additional participation in
profits, the profits tax so payable by the company shall likewise be taken into
account in so far as the dividend exceeds that fixed rate.
(3) Where income is derived from sources outside both the United Kingdom
and Norway by a person who is resident in the United Kingdom for the purposes
of United Kingdom tax and also resident in Norway for the purposes of Norwegian
tax, the income may be taxed in both countries (subject to any Convention
which may exist between. either of the Contracting Parties and the territory
or territories from which the income is derived). A credit shall be allowed
in accordance with paragraph (1) of this Article against any United Kingdom
tax payable in respect of that income, equal to that proportion of the United
Kingdom tax or Norwegian tax whichever is the less, which such person's income
from sources within the United Kingdom bears to the sum of his income from
sources within the United Kingdom and his income from sources within Norway;
and a deduction shall be allowed in accordance with paragraph (2) of this
Article against any Norwegian tax payable in respect of that income equal to
that proportion of the United Kingdom tax or the Norwegian tax, whichever
is the less, which such person's income from sources within Norway bears to the
sum of his income from sources within the United Kingdom and his income from
sources within Norway.
(4) For the purposes of this Article, profits or remuneration for personal
(including professional) services performed in one of the territories shall be
deemed to be income from sources within that territory, except that the remun-
eration of a director of a company shall be deemed to be income from sources
within the territory in which the company s resident, and the services of an
individual whose services are wholly or mainly performed in ships or aircraft
operated by a resident of one of the territories shall be deemed to be performed
in that territory.
ARTICLE XVII.
(1) The taxation authorities of the Contracting Parties shall exchange such
information (being information which is at their disposal under their respective
taxation laws in the normal course of administration.) as is necessary for carrying
out the provisions of the present Convention or for the prevention of fraud







31

or for the administration of statutory provisions against legal avoidance in
relation to the taxes which are the subject of the present Convention. Any
information so exchanged shall be treated as secret and shall not be disclosed
to any persons other than persons (including a Court) concerned with the assess-
ment, determination and collection of the taxes which are the subject of the
present Convention. No information as aforesaid shall be exchanged which
would disclose any trade, business, industrial or professional secret or trade
process.
(2) As used in this Article, the term "taxation authorities" means, in the
a case of the United Kingdom, the Commissioners of Inland Revenue or their
authorised representative; in the case of Norway, the Ministry of Finance and
Customs; and in the case of any territory to which the present Convention is
extended under Article XX, the competent authority for the administration
in such territory of the taxes to which the present Convention applies.
ARTICLE XVIII.
The Agreement of 18th December, 1924(b), between Great Britain and Norway
for the reciprocal exemption from income tax in certain cases of profits accru4
ing from the business of shipping, and the Agreement of 21st December,
1938(c), between the United Kingdom and Norway for the reciprocal exemption
from taxes.in certain cases of profits arising through agencies, shall not have
effect-
(a) in Norway, for any period for which the present Convention has effect
in .that country;
(b) In the United Kingdom, in relation to any tax for any period for which'
the present Convention has effect as respects that tax.
ARTICLE XIX.
(1) The nationals of one of the Contracting Parties shall not be subjected
in the territory of the other Contracting Party to any taxation or any re luire-
ment connected therewith which is other, higher or more burdensome than the
taxation and connected requirements to which the nationals of the latter Party
are or may be subjected.
(2) 'The enterprises of one of the territories shall not be subjected in the
other territory in respect of profits or capital attributable to their permanent'
establishments in that other territory, to any taxation which is other, higl er or
more Burdensome than the taxation to which the enterprises 6f that other
territory are or may be subjected in respect of the like profits or capital.
(3) The income, profits and capital of an enterprise of one of the territories,
the capital of which is wholly or partly owned or controlled,. directly or in-
directly, by a resident or residents of the other territory shall not be subjected
in the first-mentioned territory to any taxation which is other, higher or more
burdensome than the taxation to which other enterprises of that first-mentioned
territory are or, may be subjected in respe-t of the like income, profits and
capital.
(4) Nothing in paragraph (1) or paragraph (2) of this Article shall be
construed as obliging one of the Contracting Parties to grant toWnationals of
the other Contracting Party who are not resident in the' territory of the former
Party the same personal allowances, reliefs and reductions for tax purposes
as are granted to its own nationals.
(b) i.R. & 0. 1925 (No. 103) p. 600. (c) S.R. & 0. 1939 (No 1itl ') II; p: 1734.









(5) In this Article the term "nationals" means-
(a) in relation to Norway, all Norwegian citizens and all juridical persons
domiciled in Norway;
(b) in relation to the United Kingdom, all British subjects and British-
protected persons residing in the United Kingdom or any British territory
to which the present Convention applies by reason of extension made
under Article- XX, and all legal persons, partnerships and associations
deriving their status as such from the law in force in any British territory
to which the present Convention applies.
(6) In this Article the term "taxation" means taxes of every kind and
description levied on behalf of any authority whatsoever.

ARTICLE XX.
(1) The present Convention may be extended, either in its entirety or with
modifications, to any territory for whose international relations the United
Kingdom is responsible and which imposes taxes substantially similar in charac-
ter to those which are the subject of the present Convention, and any such
extension shall take effect from such date and subject to such modifications and
conditions (including conditions as to termination) as may be specified and
agreed between the Contracting Parties in notes to be exchanged for this
purpose.
(2) The termination in respect of Norway or the United Kingdom of the
present Convention under Article XXII shall, unless otherwise expressly agreed by
both Contracting Parties, terminate the application of the present Convention
to any territory to which the Convention has been extended under this Article.

ARTICLE XXI.
(1) The present Convention shall be ratified and the instruments of ratifica-
tion shall be exchanged at Oslo as soon as possible.
(2) The present Convention shall enter into force upon the exchange of
ratifications and the foregoing provisions thereof shall have effect--
(a) In the.United Kingdom:
as respects income tax for any year of assessment beginning on or after
6th April, 1950;
as respects surtax for any year of assessment beginning on or after
6th April, 1949; and
as respects profits tax in respect of the following profits:-
(i) profits arising in any chargeable accounting period beginning on
or after 1st April, 1950;
(ii) profits attributable to so much of any chargeable accounting period
falling partly before and partly after that date as falls after that
date;
(iii) profits not so arising or attributable by reference to which income
tax is, or but for the present Convention would be, chargeable for
Iny year of assessment beginning on or after 6th April, 1950;
(b) In Norway:. -
for the taxable years beginning on op after 1st January, 1950.










ARTICLE XXII.
The present Convention shall continue in force indefinitely but either of the
-Contracting Parties may, on or before 30th June in any calendar year not
-earlier than the year 1954, give to the other Contracting Party, through diplo-
matic channels, written notice of termination, provided that such notice of
termination may be given in any year before 1954 if there should be any
important change in the laws of the other Contracting Party affecting the
application of Article XVI. In such event, the present Convention shall cease
to be effective-
(a) In the United Kingdom:
as respects income tax, for any year of assessment beginning on or after
6th April in the calendar year next following that in which the notice
is given;
as respects surtax, for any year of assessment beginning on or after
6th April in the calendar year in which the notice is given; and as
respects profits tax, in respect of the following profits:-
(i) protfis arising in any chargeable accounting period beginning on
or after 1st April in the calendar year next following that in which
the notice is given;
(ii) profits attributable to so much of any chargeable accounting period
falling partly before and partly after that date as falls after that
date;
(iii) profits not so arising or attributable by reference to which income
tax is chargeable for any year of assessment beginning on or after
6th April in the next following calendar year;
(b) In Norway:
for the taxable years beginning on or after 1st January in the calendar
year next following that in which the notice is given.

In witness whereof the undersigned, being duly authorised by their respective
Governments, have signed the present Convention and have affixed thereto their
-seals.

Done at London, in duplicate, in the English and Norwegian languages, both
texts being equally authoritative, on the 2nd day of May, 1951.

(L.S.) HERBERT MORRISON.


P. PREBENSEN.


(L.S.)







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SECOND SCHEDULE.

1. Application. (a) The provisions of the Convention incorporated in the
fat Schedule to this Order shall apply as modified below-
(1) as if the Contracting Parties were the Colony and the Government of
Norway; and as if the tax concerned in the case of the Colony were the-
Income Tax;
(ii) as if references to the date of signature were references to the 18th day of
May, 1955.
(b) The extension shall have effect in the Colony as respects tax for there
year of assessment, 1955 and for subsequent years of assessment, (and will have,
effect in Norway-as respects Norwegian tax for the taxable years beginning on
or after 1st January, 1954).
(c) The extension shall continue in effect indefinitely but may be terminated"
as respects the Colony, by written notice of termination given on or before the
30th June in any calendar year not earlier than the year 1957 by either of the-
Contracting Parties to the Convention to the other Contracting Party through
the diplomatic channel and in such event the extension shall cease to have
effect in the Colony as respects tax for the year of assessment beginning in the
calendar year next following the date of such notice and for subsequent years
of assessment (and will cease to have effect in Norway as respects Norwegian
tax for the taxable years beginning on or after 1st January in the calendar year
in which the notice is given).

2. Modifications. (a) In the article VI (1) of the Convention the words
"shall be exempt from United Kingdom Surtax" shall be understood for the'
purposes of this extension as though they read "shall not be liable to tax in the
territory at a rate in excess of the rate applicable to a company."
(b) (i) In Article VII all references to interest shall, be deemed to be
deleted; and
(ii) in paragraph 2 of Article XVI references to income (except in the-
phrase "total income") shall be deemed not to include interest"

Made by the Govarnor in Council under section 56 of the Income Tax Ordin-
ance, 1956, (No. 1 of 4956) this 2nd day.of March, 1966.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(F. 21/1958).


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1956, No. / V


COTTON PROTECTION (CLOSE SEASON) ORDER.


(Gazetted 20th March, 1956.)


1. Short title. This Order -may be cited as the Cotton Protection (Close
Season) Order, 1956.

2. Close Season. The period beginning on the 1st day of May, 1956,
and ending on the 15th day of August, 1956, for the Island of Saint Vincent, and
the period beginning on the 1st day of April, 1956, and ending on the 30th day
of June, 1956, for the St. Vincent Grenadines shall be close seasons within the
meaning of the Cotton Protection Ordinance, (Cap. 37).


Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Cotton Protection Or-
dinance (Cap. 37) this 16th day of March, 1956.
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of Executive Couneil.
(B. 14/1951).

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'SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1956, No. --2. / 3

CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 2) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 20th March, 1956).


1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 2) Notice, 1956.
2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum 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. & 0. No, 25) is hereby amended
by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns Opposite
the article: "Rice (India)" and substituting therefore the following: -
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.

Area "A" Area "B"' Area "C"

Rice (India) ... $26.8 per baig of 224 lb. 13jc. per lb. 14c. perlb. 141c. per lb.


Area A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area "B" means, 11 other places throughout the Colony other than those
mentioned in Areas A and "C ".
Area C means al 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 20th day of March, 1956.
B. HADLEY,
for Comptroller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951 Ir)

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FINANCIAL I
STATEMENTS.









THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS


RECoIPTS.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.


Import Duties
Export Duties
Excise Duties
Other Duties
Licences
Taxes
Harbour Dues
Other Fees of Court, etc.
Post Office
Telephones
Rental and Interest
Sale of Crown Lands

Total Ordinary Revenue

EXTRAORDINARY.


11B. Loans and Advances, Repayments
13. Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes
14. Deferred Maintenance
15. Grant in Aid-Normal
15A Special Grant


Total Revenue


Authorised Advances 1 ...

Controller of Stupplies Trading Account

Deposits, Special Funds ...

Deposits, Other than Special Funds ...

Imprest

Investments ,

Joint Colonial Fund








Balance as at 31st Decemier 1954 brought forward ...


Estimate '
1955.
$
713,500
322,700
228,300
167,000
37,260
320,000
15,710
154,551
183,400
10,400
13.025
10,125

2,175,971



149,283
278.989
32,500
329,780














2,966,523


Actual
Jan.-Oetr. 1955.

$
686,420
222,986
181,606
32,904
43,475
282,987
15,222
146,705
124,823
8,285
1.5,611
7,612

1,768,636



37,659
62,394
3,178
340,586
402.004













2,614.457

192,890

805,770

982,149

320,598

277,883

8.258

1,094,400

6,296,405





55,109


6.351,514









FOR THE PERIOD 1ST JANUARY TO 31ST OCTOBER, 1955


E estimate Actual
PAYMENT4. 1955. Jan-Octr. 1955.


1. Governor
2. Legislature
3. Administration
4. Agriculture
5. Audit
6. Central Housing Authority
6A. Central Road Authority
6B. Central Water Authority
7. Charitable
9. Education
11. 'Judicial
12. Labour
13. Lands and Survey
14. Legal
15. Medical
16. Miscellaneous
17. Pensions
18, Police
19. Port and Marine
20. Post Office
21. Prisons
22. Public Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works Department
25. Public Works Annually Recurrent
28. Subventions
30. Telephones
31. Treasury

Total Ordinary Expenditure


EXTRAORDINARY.

8. Colonial Development and Welfare
14A. Loans and Advances
26. Public Works Extraordinary
26A. Deferred Maintenance

Total Expenditure


Authorised Advances

Controller of Supplies Trading account

Deposits. Special Funds

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

Impret

Investments

Joint Colonial Fund

COrown Agents Remittances

General Revenw. Balance



Balanee as at 31st October, 1955


2.416,824




... 278,989
... 148,000
90,210
... 32,500

2.966,523





...


$
14,208
19,920
124,615
110,251
17,005
8,000
205,125
27,594
31,508
365,348
46,210
11,170
19,425
7,673
464,928
117,199
58,130
189,948
45.484
5(;.55(0
60,40i9
37,551
10,030
78,30!3
100,645
82,084
27,716
79,795


347.408
66,675
142,624
11.163

2,646,189


318,220

774,534

803.936

456.350

289,055

3,211

470.400

400,000

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6,161,931

189,583

6,351,514


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
6th January, 1956.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasiirr.


$
9,080
15,522
100.340
70,986
13,730
6,000
260,930
19,984
21,614
294,968
35,738
9.099
9,523
5.947
360,840
133,0.
70,375
149,313
38,970
47.238
50,106
30.145
6,704
59,410
68,199
99.063
20.865
70,577

2,078,319










Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 31st October, 1955.
4...


$278
278,12G


101,393 90


180,40S 00


Deposits:-
Special Funds
Less InvestMreits thereon

Overdrafts:-
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fitud
Loan from C.D.C.


Less Cash :-
Crown Agents Oar(rnt
Do. AdvanOeas
T d b3 T.LM


Gene
Rev
Exj
8
D


$
4,482 00
462.400 00
1 4 0t ALn A


$ c.

891,917 00
728,734 00


787,200 00
24,000 00

811,200 00


163,183 00


Le-CB'asury an tu U- reI Mt-ui1i@s. ,iJ" '
Barclays Bank 171,651 00
Imprests 11,172 00 663,155 00 148,045 00


ral Revenue Balance:-
venue (net) ia at 31.10.65 2,52,0664 00
penditure (net) as at 831.10.65 2,298,781 00
Mrplus as at 81. 10. 55 253,283 00
eduet C.D.W. Deficit 285,014 00 31,731 00

.\DD Balance as at 1st Januftry, 1955 ... 298,485 00 266,754 00


559,9n7 G~


1a54
2 c.0
559,927 09



















*


577,982 00 559,927 00


Advances
Less Deposits other tian Special Funids


$ c.
... 959,049 00
... 381,067 00


1. The Public Debt (mot recorded in the above Liabilities) stood at $645,424.00 and the acceounla ted fi i. d f( i its reTt ic r ~ t ? 1 ,,, A( as at 31st Octobr, 1955.


TtASURtY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
6th January, 1956.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Sotes:-


$
577,982


577,982 00




I


REPORT BY THE COLONIAL TREASURER ON THE ACCOUNTS OF THX
COLONY OF ST..VINCENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


Treasury & CustQms Department,
St. Vincent,
31st October, 1955.
His Honour
The Administrator,
St. Vincent.




Sir,
I have the honour to submit hereunder- my report on the accounts of the
Colony for the year 1954, together with the necessary detailed statements in
, support.

I have the honour to be,
Sir
Your obedient servant,

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
*


1. ESTIMATES.


1. The Estimates for the year 1954 showed, an anticipated deficit of $415,000
which was met by a Grant-in-aid of a similar amount.

2. The actual result at the end of the year was a surplus of $163,925 exclusive
of C.D.W. The General Revenue Balance stood at $333,843 as under:-


Particulars


Original
Estimate
: $


Estimates
s (including
Grant-in-aid)
__ $


Actuals

$


Revenue-Ordinary & C.D.W.


Expenditure


2,709,743

2,703,481


Surplus
Deficit
ADD: Surplus at 1.1.54
Appreciation of Investments
Colony Reserve


Surplus at 31.12.54.


2,611,483 3,061,694

2,611,483 2,846,026


215,688.

78,617
4,236
35,322


333,843


II. REVENUE.
3. The Colony's Ordinary Revenue had been estimated at $1,961,764 as
compared with actual receipts of $2,047,957. As shown in the Table hereunder,
Import Duties, Other Duties, Taxes, Other Fees of Courts etc., and Sales of Crown
Lands accounted for 99% of the increase of $86,193. Appendices II and III of this
report show these increases in greater detail.

















Particulars Estimates Actual Surplus % of
Receipts $2,047,957
$ $ $ $

8. Other Fees of
Court etc. ...... 156,074 195,526 39,452 19
12. Sale of Crown
Lands ...... 10,353 32,934 22,581 10
6. Taxes ...... 312,200 373,637 61,437 29
1. Import Duties 699,500 740,783 41,283 21
4. Other Duties 65,500 105,074 39,574 20

1,243,627 1,447,954 204,327 99


4. Import Duties. The increase of $41,283 was due in part
revision of the Tariff Rates and to increased imports.


to the. upward


5. Taxes. The increase of $61,437 is due, mainly to increased vigilance, a
tighter policy and greater profit returns from Companies and estate owners.
5a. Income Tax showed an increase of $64,570 over the Estimates of $258,000.
The statement below shows the incidence during the years 1953 and 1954, the gross
incomes assessed and the net tax receivable and received.


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6. Other Duties. The increase of $39,574 is due in part to collections from
the estate of a wealthy businessman.

7. During the year the sum of $430,511 was credited to Revenue on account of
Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes. This figure is $245,792 more than the
Estimates and includes reimbursement of expenditure in respect of the previous
year.

III. EXPENDITURE.
9. The approved Estimate of Expenditure was t2,611,483 and included $184,719
in respect.of Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes, the Actual Expenditure
for the year was $2,846,026.
The main heads responsible for the excess of $234,543 were-
(a) Head 6A. Central Road Authority $39,759. This was due to increases
in expenditure on storm damages $42,719.
(b) Head 16. Miscellaneous $40,941. Increases were mainly incurred under
(i) Passages of Officers ...... $10,064
(ii) Leave Passages ...... $ 7,472
(iii) Arrears of Salaries ...... $ 5,165 (Hodgens' Report).
(c) Head 25. Public Works Annually Recurrent $23,609 due mainly to the
purchase of Unallocated Stores.
(d) Head 8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes $194,050. This
increase is due to the expenditure on Schemes approved late in the year
and thus not included in the Approved Estimates.

10. The detailed statement of Expenditure is shown at Appendix IV to this
Report.


IV. STATEMENT OF ASSETS & LIABILITIES.
ASSETS.
11. Advances :-
1. At 31st December, 1954, .the Advance had increased $403,216 over those
at 31st December, 1953 and could be accounted for as under-
Increase Decrease
$ $
Authorised Advances 396,484
Cotton Working Account 6,849
Post Office Account 22,434
Town Funds 917
Controller of Supplies 9,246
Windward Islands Administrations 16,987
Central Housing and Planning Authority 8,865

432,499 29,283
Net Increase .403,216

432,499 432,499


2. Adances in anticipation of Loan under Ordinance No. 14 of 1951 amount-
ed to $395,435. Details of those are shown at Appendix V.
3. Appendix VI shows the total advances at 31st December, 1953. These
amounted to $833,753.

12. Investments. Detailed statement is given at Appendix VII.

LIABILITIES.
13. Deposits, Special Funds. Details of these are given in Appendix X.
(i)' ,Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes-Please see Appendix XV;
(ii) The estimated expenditure on Colonial Development and Welfare
schemes for 1954 was $184,719 as compared with an actual expenditure
of $378,768. The increase was due mainly to the ependiture on Schemes
approved late in the year and thus not included in the Estimates.















(iii) Actual revenue amounted to $430,511 as against an estimate of $184,719
and at the end of the year $30,328 was due for reimbursement from Her
Majesty's Government.

14. Savings Bank. Please see Appendix XIV.
The excess of liabilities over assets-$12,855-is shown as a foot-note on the
Statement of Assets and Liabilities at Appendix I. The total number of depositors
in 1954 was 2,234 as compared with 3,326 at the end of 1953.

15. Public Debt. This is shown in Appendix XIII. The Public Debt at 31st
December, 1954, amounted to $637,875 and the accumulated funds for its redemp-
tion is $173,218 as compared with a Public Debt of $543,267 and accumulated funds
of $159,203 at the end of 1953.

V. TRADE.
16. The total value of the Colony's visible external trade in 1954 was $9,726,400
of which Imports were valued at $5,456,000 and, Exports at $4,270,400. The
corresponding figure in respect of the previous year was $7,878,411 of which Im-
ports were $4,504,320 and Exports $3,281,091. The increase of $1,847,989 in the
value of Imports and in the value of Exports was due prncipally to the importa-
tion of prefabricated buildings and arrowroot machinery, also the rise in volume'
of the principal items of exports.

17. A comparative statement of these items is shown in Table B and a similar
statement in respect of Imports for the seven years ended 31st December, 1954,
and the prewar year 1930 is shown in Table A.

18. The direction of the Colony's Import Trade for the period 1952-1954 is
shown hereunder:-



Origin



United Kingdom
Canada
Other British Possessions
United States of America
Other. Foreign Countries

Total Customs & Parcel Post
Add Miscellaneous & unclas-
sified Parcel Post

TOTAL


Value 1954;

$ %


2,277,400 i41-78
936,400 17-19
995,900 18-27
645,800 11-84
594,900 10-92

5,450,400 i100

5,600

5,456,000 100


Value 1953

$ %


Value 1952

$ %


1,979,798 43-1 2,097,426
930,701 20-3 1,008,317
851,316 19-1 849,243
531,322 60-9 513,096
291,859 6-4 316,096

4,584,996 100 4,784,178

9,324 78,358

4,594,320 4,862,536
Ii


19. The value of Exports in 1954 amounted to $4,270,400 of which $4,199,400
represents domestic exports and $70,800 re-exports. The corresponding figures in
the previous year were-total Exports $3,281,091, comprising domestic exports
$3,248,057 and re-exports $33,034.
Export statistics for the last sixteen years are given in Table B.

20. The'direction of the Colony's Export Trade during 1952-1954-is given
hereunder:-


Destination



United Kingdom
Canada
Other British Possessi
United States of Ame
Other Foreign Countr


Value 1954 Value 1953 Value 1952

$ % $ % $


ions
rica
ies


%o


748,100 17-52 684,717 20-9 893,237 S6
73,900 1-73 52,808 1-7 73,598 2
1,193,600 27.95 1,199,439 35-6 1,020,355 29
2,196,600 51-44 1,307,191 39-7 1,477,843 42
58,200 1-36 36,936 1-1 23.621 1

4,270,400 100 3,281 691 100 3,488,654 100


43.8
21-1
17-8
10-7
6.6

100


^

















21. The distribution of the Colony's principal products during 1954 was as
follows :

Cassava
Destination Arrowroot Cotton Copra Starch

lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs.
United Kingdom 1,017,120 176,110 -
Canada 254,000 -
British West Indies 420,688 415 3,193,120 545,386
United States of America 6,479,600 -
Other Countries 265,652 22,000 17,000

8,437,060 198,525 3,193,120 562,386



VI. SHIPPING.

22. 213 Steamships of a total tonnage of 357,929 Tons entered and cleared
from the Port of Kingstown during the year 1954. Of these 63 were British, and
150 of foreign Registry.

515 Intercolonial Sailing Vessels entered and 519 cleared from the Ports of the
Colony during the year. Total Tonnages were 19,781 and 19,968 respectively.
















TABLE A

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF IMPORTS.


(a) Food, Drink and
Tobacco :
Beer, Ale and Stout

.Bread, Biscuits, Cakes

Butter

Butter substitutes

Animal food

Cheese

Confectionery

Fish-canned or preserve


$...
gals...
$...
lbs...
lb$...
lbs.
$...
lbs..
$...
lbs...
$...
lbs...
$...
lbs...
ed $...


lbs...


salmon & mackerel $......
lbs......
other kinds $......!
lbs......
Grain-Rice $.....
lbs......
Flour-wheaten
lbs......
Lard & Substitutes I......
lbs....
Meat, salted, pickled $......
lbs......
do. canned $....
lbs.....
do. Bacon & Hams $......
lbs......
Milk-Condensed, evap- *
orated & other
kinds S.....
lbs......
Spirits-Gin $_...
gals......
Rum $.....-
gals......
Whiskey $......
gals......
Sugar-unrefined $......
lbs....
refined $...
lbs....
Tobacco-unmanufactured $......
lbs......
Leaf, other
kinds l $......
lbs......
Cigarettes $......
lbs......


Other articles of food
(not classified)

(b) Wood & Timber :
Lumber
sup


,tc) Manufactured articles:
Apparel-All kinds $.....
Bags & sacks $...
Doz.......
Boots &- Shoes (all kinds) $.....-
poz. prs......


1938 1948 1949 1950




" 7,949 28,708 34,514 39,504
6,805 12,499 15,323 16,816
7,022 39,968 24,529 49,277
82,399 117,123 79,587 204,993
16,503 45,420 80,699 50,559
54,733 70,143 121,589 67,189
2,647 1,087 3,995 6,408
24,951 2,624 11,180 19,449
3,144 10,074 10,804 15,583
163,744 177,812 210,747 234,480
2,376 7,330 6,497 25,808
11,677 15,816 13,111 45,337
5,515 17,108 16,690 25,284
30,21i; 36,253 35,649 52,666
... 1,766 13,006 5,401 11,932
... 9,844 25,852 9,621 20,318


427
5,800
31,114
664,338
43,843
2,033,985
103,262
3,644,430
9,437
104,343
2,141
21,556
3,456
19,603
3,293
14,190


1,680
20,218
725
234
600
363
4,776
807
11,635
524,613
7,334
312,347
3,038
20,236



20,328
17.759


7,892
54,200
83,600
523,987
66,015
1,134,397
392,341
4,036,424
16,216
42,782
16,342
66,282
17,341
43,705
17,970
25,339


24,273
74,408
4,421
872
1,713
445
3,038
377
52,876
745,365
147
712
9,469
21,209

21,454
22,260
19,190
10,404


38,154 123,729


$...... 29,938 78,528
ft...... 478,927 503,342


28,008
13,810
13,921
28,992
4,122


55,035
39,267
7,511
87,469
2,919


9,813
52,500
70,693
370,067
75,620
1,317,609
419803
5,091,982
20,416
,53,838
9,700
36,200
33,704


86,940
387,285
101,368
1,761,328
386,132
4,485,068
15,436
42,702
11,050
43,600
27,929


40,203
16,555
47,036
176,355
79,361
10,800
6,001
15,088
12,041
176,942
10,668
18,264
23,340
45,469
12,667
19,920
8,126
48,270
99,292
515,492
133,294
2,056,062
484,987
5,552,206
17,413
45,858
10,014
30,666
26,481


90,353 66,196 44,799
10,795 14,630 9,753
13,910 17,503 9,556


26,814 32,231 31,600
86,332 100,204 85,261
3,953 4,218 4,809
689 741 763
1,164 1,981 3,333
315 517 789
2,392 4,774 9,851
314 567 1,020
3,851 475 96
50,435 5,824 871
22 944 1,330
195 8,110 8,634
11,061 13,498 -14,201
22,334 21,357 21,368

21,693 25,044 28,761
22,645 22,977 26,856
26,709 47,415 .39,970
14,425 24,829 19,974

122,827 136,061 194,684


186,434 173,197 168,873
1,042,730 824,447 744,850


51,818 79,363 130,665
62,995 56,212 65,261
15,229 9,069 7.216
84,495 116,488 165,770
3,368 4.349 5,834


70,661
26,303
40,925
137,262
46,475
49,664
12,963
27,905
13,599
192,478
15,189
23,748
26,357
46,856
16,895
30,888
3,941
18,371
123,947
566,796
135,292
1,421,979
492,802
5,222,542
22,354
51,608
10,633
27,968
22,135
29,807
14,403
10094


60,850
20,580
37,354
125,906
60,523
69,072
15,533
33,238
17,928
240,083
18,829
28,192
19,604
52,091
9,793
23,940
1,007
4,200
141,287
.606,285
208,335
1,944,929
584,905
6,643,574
22,448
53,261
3,298
9,580
11,995
15,860
11,513
11 31f8R


19,786 29,352
37,216 68,547
4,638 3,771
656 531
4,752 3,986
1,069 911
10,266 19,687
892 1,347
19 5
248 40
984 2,290
5,301 14,671
14,785 16,269
19,600 19,602

28,642 33,919
24,595 30,234
45,097 46,451
20,685 20,755

204,967 236,879


210,896
784,469


140,299
100,847
12.413
115.646
4,134


131,866
518,812


145,123
78,365
16,609
120,960
3,897


43,153
14,198
44,289
141,668
71,633
80,749
23,247
51,726
20,558
249,973
19,289
27,963
12,811
27,204
72,896
25,501
144,765
575,717


235,964
2,116,819
555,085
6,615,538
22,435
56,621
4,154
11,200
20,019
30,803
11,170
12,805


28,069
298,190
4,035
549
5,421
1,244
21,751
1,984
10
100
1,487
8,908
15,005
19,495

36,487
31,747
43,096
18,967

124,717


144,657
583,341


195,417


181,297
1 7,246

















1938 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954


Motor Cars & Trucks $...... 25,123 98,017 83,719 152,438 168,635 83,161 143,338 187,609
No...... 35 62 48 85 82 50 66 93
Motor Car parts Z....- 19,051 52,253 53,254 75,581 91,173 98,989 97,963 27,927
Cement $...... 12,888 54,372 71,382 91,651 124,528 92,167 107,520 161,450
lbs...... 1,401,120 3,534,720 4,642,400 5,656,000 6,669,212 3,587,731 4,332,799 6,713,616
Cotton piece goods $...... 77,784 316,414 280,262 330,437 387,443 387,283 340,229 297,523
sq. yds.... 828,665 781,192 i 720,040 677,145 669,539 689,969 760,719 739,933
Artificial silk piece goods $...... 11,266 63. j8 66,399 115,676 119,874 129,758 125,808 183,060
sq. yds...... 81,797" 75,409 104,765 173,077 159,810 156,320 213,508 353,733
Electrical Apparatus $.:.... 9,019 50,632 44,708 76,223 85,710 139,301 150,514 174,208
Glass and glassware $...... 3,826 19,495 11,844 11,612 21,079 28,446 36,951 28,378
Hardware $...... 13,637 68,479 63,849 92,246 59,943 87,627 57,408 65,432
Machinery $...... 45,480 135,388 '120.722 248,896 239,086 265,046 242,952 218,590
Manures $...... 23,885 47,752 66,135 63,636 113,502 189,725 120,230 186,708
tons...... 597 483 685 498 1,122 1,297 538 1,478
Metals-Iron & steel
manufactures $...... 37,546 115,608 139,459 220,988 183,994 279,537 214,973 222,017
Oils-Motor spirits $...... 12,048 41,234 52,207 67,073 69,204 83,870 93,346 93,727
gala...... 99,711 164,499 216,240; 207,626 208,016 239,647 267,700 291,238
Illuminating $...... 8,131 25,430 25,401 32,165 33,665 43,205 47,266 47,904
gals...... 49,059 86,539 99,449 107,915 110,366 135,923 151,213 156,612
Soap-Fancy $...... 1,891 9,247 7,624 12,748 12,724 6,844 11,163 14,272
lbs...... 9,761 19,602 15,500 26,826 25,100 25,272 21,451 29,059
Laundry $..... 14,237 2,295 4,536 5,214 2,522 11,269 7,563 9,993
lbs...... 241,810 9,417 18,024 21,556 10,255 20,237 32,552 46,063
Unclassified articles $..... 166,213 523,117 555,856 694,921 837,267 831,098 859,318 1,339,002
















TABLE B


PRINCIPAL EXPORTS.


COLONY'S PRINCIPAL EXPORTS


ARROWROOT


COTTON


Value
$ [per lb.j lbs.

439,962 5-4 753,873
529,613 6-8 712,304


686,357
524,501
464,515
376,891
n1 nil)


074,667
599,263
440,405
317,470
on 100inn


363,706 5-6. 395,191
413,909 6-2 228,599
786,122 12-3 258,794
898,30.1 14.8 339,255
944,580 14-9 468,557
1,346,592 16.8 338,012
1,743,938 17-9 392,878
1,553,340 18-4 349,063
1,534,021 18-2 198.000

12,898,360 I 816,491

806,148 10-5 426,031


SValue
$ per lb. lbs.


294,499
334,637
305,107
282.106
208.709
165,509
159,902

203,822
124,283
213,618
324,436
406,608
373,528
542,179


37-5
46-8
46-4
47-1
47-4
52-1
45-7

51-6
54-4
82-5
95-6
84-6
11015
138-0


365,133 103-1
227,030 115-0

4.536,106 -

283,507 72.4


1,665,304
1.420.,527
757,242
1,443,237
2,415,551
3,032,848
2,810,591

3,104,281
2,654,955
3,317.454
2,984,161
2,992,859
2,938,233


COPRA


JSU-MMARY OF PRINCIPAL
EXPORTS


CASSAVA STARCH


SValue
$ per lb. lbs.


39,850
25.411!
15.10
56,o20
139,451
189,302
221,347

232,893
215 071
302,124
277,310
288,658
312.513


2-4
1.1
1-1
3-9
5-8
5-9
5-9

7-5
8-1
9-1
9-3
9-6
10-6


474,711
691,877
789,675
388,733
678,846
648,721
650,235

495,804
548,967
663,023
680,662
421,408
500.158


Value
$ p'er lb.


14,957
25,901
23,141
16,723
45,710
44,650
44,904

34,925
42,024
57,761
53,688
34,817
39,977


3-1
3-7
2-9
4-3
6-7
6.9
6-9


Total
weight I

lbs.

11,073,097
12,035,822
13,445,586
10.299,537
11,148,417
10,726,326
8,950,754

10,318,991
10,099,67;
10,599,328 1
11,584,880
10.223,181
11,793,184


3,358,141 439.255 13-1 546,020 .1 50,766 9-3 14,021,043
3,827,326 516,358 13-4 552,164 54,613 9-8 13,173,431
3,103,120 460,060 114-4 562,386 49,867 9-0 12,390,526

41,915,831 3.722,759 9 293,390 634.424 181,853,818

2,619,739 262,672 7-6 580,836 39,652 6-9 11,365,863


Total
Value
1Value
$ per lb.


789,268 7-1
915,562 7-6
1,029,735 7-6
879,850 8-6
858,388 7-7
767,352 7-2
718,065 8-1

835,349 8-1
795.290 7*9
1,359,625 12-8
1,554,235 13-4
1,674,660 16-4
2,072,610 17-6
2,776,138 19-8
2.484,444 18-9
2,270,978 18-3

21,781,549 -


Colony's
Total
Exports


Percentage
of
* Principal
Exports
to Total
E c:;)rts


lbs.


1938
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945

1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

Totals :

Averages:


8,179,209
9,211,114
11,224,002
7,868.304
7,613,615
6,727,287
5,139,828

6,323,715
6,667,151
6,360,057
7,580,802
6,340,357
8,016,731
9,724,004
8,444,880
8,437,060

123,858,116

7.741,132


%
989,563 79-8
1,144,368 i 80-0
1,327.651 77'6
1,088.643 80.8
979,521 87.6
950,196 80-7
913,013 78-6

1,026,787 81'3
1,097,174 72-5
1,799,610 75-6
1,914,206 81*2
2,037,712 I 82-2
2,485,743 i. 83-3
3,429,696 1 80-9
3,281,091 75*7
4,270.400 53-2

28,735,381 -


1,361,346 11-7 1,795,961











TABLE C "

COLONY'S TRADE AND FINANCES.


VALUE OF COLONY'S VISIBLE EXTERNAL TRADE. COLONY'S FINANCES.
(not including C.D. & W. &c)

All exports All imports F BALANCE OF TRADE.
except except n Revenue Expenditure Surplus Deficit
Bullion and Bullon and Exports Imports
Species. Specie. E I
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
1938 999,883 954,154 45,729 487,622 461,198 26,424 -
1940 1,166,438 1,192,613 26,175 556,338 510,582 45,756 -
1941 1,348,675 1,190,573 158,102 611,644 533,795 77,849 -
1942 1,102,224 938,606 163,618 555,435 602,020 46,585
1943 990,235 1,564,689 574,454 779,619 691,358 88,261 -
1944 980,962 2,033,995 1,053,033 882,715 799,305 83,410
1945 924,931 1,835,035 910,104 910,264 964,206 53,942
1946 1,035,120 2,162,386 r 1,127,266 1,036,060 1,075,514 39,454
1947 1,126,306 3,326,002 2,199,696 1,355,950 1,230,391 125,559 -
1948 1,868,456 2,992,524 1,124,068 1,275,939 1,238,641 37,298 -
1949 1,983,003 3,158,309 1,175,306 1,637,375 1,513,472 123,903 -
1950 2,104,134 3,991,987 1,887,863 1,421,494 1,702,999 281,505
1951 2,590,801 4,492,457 1,901,056 1,855,333 1,982,901 117,583
1952 3,488,654 4,862,536 1,373,882 1,891,367 1,925,288 33,921
1953 3,281,091 4,594,320 1,313,229 2,574,187 2,394,999 179,188 -
1954 4,270,400 5,456,000 1,185,600 2,631,183 2,467,257 163,926 -


Average 2,796,637


Average


2,796,637


































APPENDICES.



Appendix I Statement of Assets and Liabilities

Appendix II Annual Abstract

Appendix III Details of Revenue

Appendix IV Details of Expenditure

Appendix V Advances in Anticipation of Kingstown New Market Loan, etc.

Appendix VI Authorised Advances

Appendix VII Investment

Appendix VIII Outstanding Loans

Appendix IX Deposits (Excluding Special Funds)

Appendix X Deposits, Special Funds

Appendix XI General Deposits

Appendix XII Publc Debt

Appendix XIII Savings Bank

Appendix XIV Colonial Development and Welfare Transactions

Appendix XV Statement of Abandoned Claims for 1954.












Statement of


APPENDIX I.

the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st December, 1954.


1953
$ C.
1,079,513 00



































573 O0


327,577 00


1,407,663 00


DEPOSITS:-
Special Funds-
Bain Gray Prize
0. D. W. Schemes
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Cotton Growers Association,
Graham Bequest
Hayward X-Ray
Home Fund
Lady Musgrave
Motor Launch Depreciation
Permanent Investment'
Reserves for-
Housing
Simmons Bequest
Savings Bank
Sugar industry
Labour Welfare
Price Stabilization
Rehabilitation
Towns-


Calliaqua
Georgetown
West Indies Universit


Other than Special Funds-
Deferred Maintenance
Grenada Inwards $ 21,274.55
Less Outwards 5,992.01


St. Lucia Inwards
Less Outwards


6,927.38
5,430.75


Sundry Deposits
Leave Pas.-avts
Banana Gowe rs Associ:tion
Colonial Development Corp.

OVnRDRAFTS:-
Crown Agents Current
J. C. F.
GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE :--
Revenue to 31. 12. 54
Less C.D.W. Revenue

Expenditure .to 31. 12. 54
Less C.D. W. Expenditure

Colony Surplus to 31. 12. 54
ADD Adjusted Balance as at 1. 1.

Total Colony Surplus
ADD C.D.W. Surplus


ADD Appreciation of Investment
ADD Colony Reserve


"$ c.


... 1,031 94
... 11,057 18
303 46
3,226 10
3,217- 98
... 163 02
... 21,167 52
... 511 40
... 1,104 92
... 56,189 10

... 14,898 42
... 736 38
.. 614,814 99


... 9,944
... 32,348
... 549

... 2,147,
926
y 8,347


42,631

15,282


1,496 63

408,886 16
2,127 66
34,799 47
30,000 00


$ c.





















782,685 86


$ 0.


535,223 9211,317,909
-1


S 1,667 62
163,200 00,

3,061,693 38 '
430,510 65 2,631,182 7:"

2,846.025 51
378,768 04 2,467,257 47

... 163,925 26
54 ... 78,617 02

S..12,,A42 28
... 51,742 .61

294,284 89
s ... 4,236 34
35,322 17


164,8(7 G62


333,843


1,816,620 0W


1953
$ 6
560,427


641,050 00


206,166 00(


$ c.


ADVANCES:-
Specifically Authorised


Other:-
Towns-
Barrouallie
Chateaubelair
Kingystown ...
Layou ...
Port Elizabeth
Controller of Supplies
Cotton Working
Central Housing and Planning ...
Dominica Outwards $ 17,925.69
Old 85.34

118.011.03


Less Inwards


1,023.89


Post Office


919 14
646 83
9,245 49
58,145 99
8,864 67


16,987 14

34,729 27


INVESTMENTS:-
Bain Gray Prize
Cotton Factory Depreciation
Grahiam Bequest
Home Fund
Housing Scheme
Motor Launch Depreciation
Lady Musgrave Prize
Permanent Investment Eruption
Simmons Bequest
Savings Bank
Sugar Industry :-
Price Stabilisation
Labour Welfare
Rehabilitation
Colony Reserve Fund

CASH:-
Treasnry
Sub-Tr(:nuries
Barclaiys Bank-Current
Drafts and Remittances in Transit

Crown Agents advances in anticipation of Loan


1,407.663 00


$

833,718


129,944 34


886 86
303 46
3,217 98
21,036 60
14,898 42
1.104 92
369 72
62,878 28
158 40
556,068 16

27,690 16
7,200 74
30 46
37,937 24


22,318
4.944
27,326
2,186


$ c.



















963,662 95,















733,781' 40'




56,776 45-

62,400 00












1,816,620 80


NOTES as at 31st December, 1954:-
1. The Public Debt (not recorded in the above LiabiliLies) stood at $ 637,875,.18 and the.Accumulated Funds for its redemption at $184,919.06.
2. $30,328.21 was due from Her Majesty's Government for re-imbursement of expenditure on C. D. & W. Schemes. (this amount is not recorded in the abcve Assets)
3. Loans from General Revenue and repayable to the Colony amounted to $108,076.44.
4. The adjusted General Revenue Balance as at 31. 12. 54 isarrived at thus:-
Balance at t. 1. 54 $ 178,372 18. Examined,
ADD Appreciation of Investmenti 1954/55 7,915 38 186,287 56 N. CATTERALL,.
---- Z'A*a', ,tP 7 A .jdiftnr ri-ndlward TslZnds.


Less Transfers:-
Deferred Miaintenauce
Grant in aid
Hodgenfs $ 7.219.20'
W. I. R. 16,900.00
C.D C. 6.,315.00


11,000 00


92,434 20 103,434 20 82,853 36


20th July, 19S5.

TREASURY CHAMBERS.
SAINT VINsENT. B.W.I,
9th'March. 1955.


PETER R. ELLS.
. Colonial Treasurer.


II









APPENDIX II.


ST. VINCENT.


ANNUAL ABSTRACT


ACCOUNT.


1954.











THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND


RIurIPTs.


Import Duties
Export Duties
Excise Duties
Other Duties
Licences
Taxes
Harbour Dues
Otlfer Fees of Court, etc.
Post Office
Electricity, Telephone, etc.
Rental and Interest
Sales of Crown Lands


Total Ordinary Revenue

EXTRAORDINARY.

11B. Loans and Advances, Repayments
110. Transfer of Special Funds
13. Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes
14. Deferred Maintenance ...
15. Grant in Aid --.
14A. Leave passages .-















Total Revenue ...

Authorised Advances

Controller oflSupplies Trading account

Deposits, Special Funds ...

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

Imprest ...

Joint Colonial Fond ..








Balance as at Ist January, 1954 bt. forward ...|


Estimated
Receipts.
$ c.
699,500.00
290,000.00
188,700.00
65,500.00
36,579.00
312,200.00
14,510.00
156,074.00
77,268.00
17,900.00
7,935.00
10,353.00

1,876,519.00



85,245.00

184,719.00
50,000.00
415,000.00


Actual
Receipts.


$ C.
740,782.72
244,107.01
201,931.88
105,073.74
36,495.40
373,637.28
16,260.05
195,525.73
68,398.32
18,236.93
14,573.58
32,933.86

2,047,956.50



138,467.56

430,510.65
82,282.53
355,003.80
7,472,34


2,611.483.00 13,061,693.38

293,331.10

855,678.88

1,059,062.35

780,786.20

261,264.69

777,600.00

7,089,416.60






205,592.45

7,295,009.05


More than
EAtimated.

$ c.
41,282.72

13,231.88
39,573.74

61.437.28
1,750.05
39,451.78

336.93
6,638.58
22,580.86

226,283.77



53,222.56

245,791.65
32,282.53

7,472.34


565,052.85


450,210.38


Examined,


N. CATTERALL.
Principal Auditor,
Windward islands,
20th July, 1955.


Lees thaaa ~


Les than
BEstimated.

$ c.

45,892.99


83.60


8,869.68




54,846.27







59,996.20


114,842.47











PAYMENTS DURING THE YEAR 1954.


PAYMENT. Estimated Actual More than Less than
Payments. Payments. Estimated Estimatea
<____ ^_______________________________ ______________


" 1. Governor ...
2. Legislature ...
3. Administration ..
4. Agriculture ...
5. Audit ...
6. Central Housing Authority
6A. Central Road Authority
6B. Central Water Authority ...
7. Charitable ...
9. Education ...
10. Electricity .
11. Judicial
12. Labour
13. Lands and Survey
14. Legal
15. Medical
16. Miscellaneous
17. Pensions
18. Police ...
19. Port and Marine ...1
20. Post Office ...[
81. Prisons
22. Public Debt
23. Public Library
24. Public Works Department
25. Public Works Annually Rweurrent
28. Subventions ...
29. Supply Control ...
30. Telephones
31. Treasury

Total Ordinary Expenditure....
EXTRAORDINARY.
14A. Loans and Advances ..
8. Colonial Development and Welfare ...
26. Public Works Extraordinary
26A. Deferred Maintenance ..

Total Expenditure

Authorised Advances

Controller of Supplies Trading account

Deposits, Special Funds ...

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

"Imprest

Investments

Joint Colonial Fund





Balance as at 31st January, 1954 c/f


$ c
11,641.00
27,920.00
117,066.00
97,549.00
14,661.00
6,000.00
118.520.00
31,330.00
24,152.00
343,002.00

41.'867.00
11,515.00
20,145.00
8,284.00
443,599.00
100.751.00
56,365.00
193,605..00
32,866.00
55,807.00
59,433.00
* 37,858.00
8,702.00
68,211.00
76.860.00
92,704.00

24,950.00d
92,059.00


2,217,422.00.


84,000.00
184,719.00
75,342.00
50,000.00

2,611,483.00


$ c.
10,171.75
31,664.59
114,601.16
85,036.29
14,641.34
6,000.00
158,278.53
21,471.26
25,217.32
334,310.47

42,126.25
10,934.64
17,593.75
8,094.26
409,634.80
141,691.77
62,983.02
187,700.30
33,187.90
53,735.77
59,509.36
49,502.27
7,560.97
63,482.18
100,468.84
54,837.53

25,121.88
91,966.82


2,221,425.02


77,781.00
378,768.04
85,768.92
82,282.53

2,846,025.51

689,815.04

916,389.16

1,192,071.98

597,362.00

261,264.69

122,571.84

614,400.00

7,239.900.22




55.108.83

7,295,009.05


$ c.
1,469.25

2,464.84
12,512.71
19.66


9,858.74

8,691.53


580.36
2,551.25
189.74
33,964.20


5,904.70

2,071.23


1,141.03
4,728.82

37,866.47


92.18


128,109.73 124,106.71


6,219.00
194,049.04
10,426.92
32,282.53

364,868.22 130,325.71

234.542.51




~c I


to aM
0 0)





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U2 0 -


S.)




0
v
--





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TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT
9th, March 1955.


PETER. R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


$ c.

3,644.59




39,758.53

1,065.32


259.25




40,940.77
6,618.02

321.90

76.36
11,644.27


23,608.84


171.88












APPENDIX III.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


R.A. IMPORT DUTIES

1.1 Import Duties
2. Warehouse Rent


R.2. EXPORT DUTIES
1. Export Duties


R.3: EXCISE DUTIES
1. Excise Duty on Rum
2 Cess on Sugar


R.4.
1.
2.



R.5.


OTHER DUTIES
Estate Duties, etc.
Stamp Duty (Various
Services


LICENCES


1. Bonding Warehouses
- 2. Cocoa, Cotton, etc. Deal
3. Fire Arms
4. General
5. Insurance Companies
6. Liquor
7. Motor Vehicle and Drive
8. Stills


R.6. TAXES
1. Entertainment Tax
2. Income Tax
3. Land and House Tax
4. Package Tax



1.7. HARBOUR DUES
1. Landing Dues, Aircraft
2. Port Dues
3. Tonnage Dues


Original
Estimate
$


Actual
Revenue
$ 4


695,000 737,487.41
4,500 3,295.31

699,500 740,782.72

290,000 244,107.01



188,200 197,785.74
500 4,146.14

188,700 201,931.88

45,500 78,307.08
Revenue
20,000 26,766.66

65,500 105,073.74

..... 28 14.40
ers ...... 153 264.00
900 934.83


rs


...;. 5,700
...... 1,248
.-; 11,000
Permits 17,500
.o 50

36,579

--. 3,000
,- 258,000
.....! 36,000
15,200

312,200


R.8. OTHER FEES OF COURT, ETC. *
Administration :
1. Private work, etc., Printery
2. Sale of Gazette and other Publifta-
tions
3. Sale of Challenge
3A. Sale of Guillotine

Agricultural Department:

4. Contribution to Revenue for Ser-
vices 'endered to Cotton Ginnery
5. Sale of Plants, &c.,, Botanic Gar-
dens and Districts
6. Stud Fees Districts
7.. Sale of Insecticides
7b. Salary Cont. of M. Daisley
7c. Vet. Fees. Sale of Drugs
7d Surplus from sale of Fertilizers......
7e. Lab. Equipment

Fwd.


10
3,000
11,500


5,240.98
768.00
11,623.45
17,596.97
52.80


36,495.40

2,585.70
322,570.09
33,330.39
15,151.10

373,637.28


3,519.64
12,740.41


yOver the
Estimate
$. 4


42,487.41


42,487.41





9,585.74
3,646.14

13,231.88

32,807.08

6,766.66

39,573.74


111.00
34.80


623.45
96.97
2.80


Under the
Estimate
$ t


1,204.69

1,204.69

45,892.99


'13.60


459.02
480.00


869.02 952.62

414.30
64,570.09
2,669.61
48.90

64,570.09 3,132.81


519.64
1,240.41


10.00


14,510 16,260.05 1,760.05 10.00


.6,000


1,357.06

404.44
72.55
250.00


6,000.00


900 1,140.28
450 570.80
200 1,000.12
655.34
90.93
2,383.26
384.00

8,680 14,308.78


857.06

145.56
7.45
250.00






240.28
120.80
800.12
655.34
90.93
2,383.26
384.00

5,781.79 | 1I.01
t" !


Remarks













DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.



R.8. OTHER FEES OF COURT, ETC.
(Contd.) Fwd. .....

Central Water Authority :
8. Contribution from Kingstown
Board toward expenses, Centr-:.i
Water Authority
9. Water Services, Private
10. Water Services, General

Education Department :
11. Fees for Cambridge and London
Matriculation Examinations ......
12 Feed for Handcraft Centre (Inter-
mediate School
13 Grammar School Receipts
14 Girls' High School Receipts
15 Kingstown Preparatory School Re-
ceipts
16 Sale of Text Books ..
17. Evening, Classes Receipts

Judicial
18. Fees, Registrar, Supreme Court .....
19. Fines & forfeitures of Court ...

Medical & Sanitary Dept.
20. Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Sanitation
21. Dispensary Fees
22. Fees from Student Dispensers ......
23. Hospital Fees
24. Laboratory Fees
25. Mental Hospital Industries
25a. Dispensary Fees-Doctors
26 Personal Fees, Physician C. H. ......
27 ,, ,, Res. Surgeon C. H.
28. Sale of Medical Stores
29. Sanitary Inspectors-Exam. Fees......
30 X-Ray Fees
30a. Sale of Manures
30b. Arrears of Hospital fees ......

Miscellaneous
31 Commission on T'dad Currency
Notes
32. Fees for Recruiting bf workers ....
33 Sale of Old Stores
34. Sundries
35 Sundry Reimbursements
36. Surplus Income C.A. Accounts ....
36a. Surplus due by Carib. Curr. Bd. ...
Police
37 Contribution from Kingstown
Board for Firemen
38. Fees for inspection weights &c. ......
39. Cost of Spectacles
39a. Fees, Police Band

Port & Marine
40 Fees for Visits to Private W'houses
41. Fees, Registrar Shipping
42. Personal Fees, Rev. Officers .......

Prisons
43. Fibre Industry
44. Prison Industries
45. Stone Crushing Plant & Quarry ......
44a Prison Fines
45a. Prisoners' Pocket Money

Fwd. -


Estimate
Original
$


8,680




5000


500
004



45


36
9,500
9,000

1,800
1,200
400


3,050
15,000



2,349
2,500
48
7,000
400
48

2,000
6,400
150
50
500





240
20
600
2,000
5,200
1,500




192
390
90
240


130
200
6,500


E


over the Under the
estimate Estimate Remarks
$ $



5,781.79 153.01





1,041.21


Actual
Revenue
$



14,308.78




5,000.00
6,541.21




41.28

48.00
10,461.60
8,254.32

2,383.75
1,023.15
360.50


4,984.94
16,478.62



2,348.40
2,648.12
52.80
22,750.91
761.31

432.58
1,020.99
4,017.19
106.94

534.24
107.00
629.43




3.00
1,295:13
5,022.02
7,261.55
861.04
9,293.80


v,
5,
3,(


- 192.00
317.88

107.44


82.32
57.24
6,460.74


250 121.90
22,000 21,381.39
6,200 8,179.88 1,979.88
88.25 88.25
212.04 212.04

129,408 166,233.72 46,614.97


745.68


176.85
39.50







.60




48.00

979.01
,382.81
43.06
50.00






240.00
17.00


12.00
961.60


583.75




1,M34.94
1,478.62




148.12
4.80
15,750.91
361.31

432.58




34.24
107.00
629.43





695.13
3,022.02
2,061.55

9,293.80


47.68
142.76
39.26


128.10
618.61




9,789.25


3,000.00



3.72


2


638.96





72.12
90.00
132.52












DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.

Original Actual Over the Under the
Heads and Sabheads. Estimate I Revenue Estimate Estimate Remarks
$ $ 0 $ $ -


R.8. OTHER FEES OF COURT, ETC.
(Contd.) Fwd...

Public Library
46. Con. from K'Town Bd. for Library
47. Fines for Books .-


Public Works Department
48. Cemetery Fees
49. Fees for hire of -Motor Rollers &c...-.
50. Other Receipts
50a. Sale of Generating Units
51 Sale of Unallocated Stores
52. Receipts, Machine Shop
53; Electric Current-Youngs Island
54. Sale of two old Trucks
54a. Electric Current R. A. Clouden .....


Supply Control.
55 Reimbursement of cost of operat-
ing


Treasury Dept.
56 Savings Bank-Re-imbursement of
cost of operating .....
57. Account, Kingstown Board
58a. Transport Costs o


POST OFFICE
Commission
Gain on Remittances
Miscellaneous
Parcel Postage
.Poundage
Rent of Letter Boxes
Sale of Postage Stamps
Surcharged Postage
Mail #an Receipts


R.10. ELECTRICITY, TELEPHONES,
REFRIGERATION

Telephone Branch

1. Fees for Hire of Truck
2. Fees for Messages
3. ,, Radio Tel. Messages ......
4 Rental of Govt. Telephones
5. ,, ,, Private Telephones ......
6 Private Consumers of Electricity......





R.11. RENT AND INTEREST

(Rent)

i. Rental, Quarantine Station
2. other Govt. Property -
2a. Arrears of House Rent

lwd.


129,408


600
70



150
250
300

2,500
1,400
50
-2,000





16,886




1,500
960


166,233.72


600.00
139.88



176.90
330.01
645.36
1,515.00
4,711.13
1,084.03
27.60
1,400.00
41.87




9,697.03




1,500.00

7,423.20


46,614.97



69.88



26.90
80.01
345.36
1,515.00
2,211.13



41.87


7,423.20


0,789.25












315.97
22.40
600.00





7,188.97





960.00


156,074 195,525.73 58,328.32 18,876.59


1,000
1,300
100
2,000
150
400
72,000
118
200

77,268







20
30
,350
7,500
10,000


17,900







600
4,000


4,600


992.62
1,202.20
130.40
1,850.31
187.41
404.20
63,089.20
68.98
473.00

68,398.32








20.26
218.29
4,044.52.
13,529.90
423.96


30.40

37.41
4.20


273.00

. 345.01


3,529.90
423.96


7.38
97.80

149.69


8,910.80
49.02


9,214.69







20.00
9.74
131.71
3,455.48


18,236.93 8,953.86 8,616.93


421.12
3,700.03
220.00

4,341.15


220.00

220.00


178.88
299.97


478.85











DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.



R.11. RENT AND INTEREST-(Contd.)
Fwd. .....


3. Int
4.


11A.
1. Sal


(Interest)
rest on Loan &c. Calliaqua .....
" "Chateau-
belair
Kingst.own
. Investment of Public.
Funds
" Loan &c. Calliaqua
. Kingstown New Mar-
ket Loan ...


Sale of Govt. Property.

e of Police Motor Cycle
i


11B. LOANS & ADVANCES,
REPAYMENTS
1. K'Town Bd. for Reconstr. of Street.s
2. Town of Calliaqua
3. Town of Chateaubelair ....
4. Towrt of Calliaqua for Ret. Walls...
5 Agric. Cr. Societies
6. Loans to Fishermen
7. Town of Chateaubelair
8. Loan Repayment St. Lucia ......
9. New Kingstown Market ..
10. Sun Ray Club ....



R.12. SALES AND LEASES OF CROWN
LANDS
1. Lease of lands from W. Jackson .....
2. Sales of Forest Produce
3. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands.....
4. Three Rivers Estate
4a Elect. Dist. System ......
5. Sale of Land Thompson Home ......



R.13. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE
1. D 13 B(h) Constr. Experimental
Walls
2. D 451 A-Soil Conservation
3. D457-Land Settlement & Dev. ...
4. D 586 B-Camden Park Experiment
Station
4b Local Receipts Ottley Hall
5. D 1003-New Camden Park Cacao
Nursery
6. D 1108(252) Training of Crosby
in Trinidad
7. D 1399. Public Relations & Local
Govt.
8. D 1400. Children's Home St. Vin-
cent
9. D 1427. Public Health Improve-
ment -


Original
Estimate
$



4,600


2

7
114

3,200
12


Actual Over the
Revenue Estimate
$ 4 $ 4



4,341.15 220.00


1.47

6.26
113.19


6,149.99
11.52

3,840.00


Under the
Estimate
$



478.85


.53

.74
.81


2,949.99


3,840.00


7,935 14,463.58 7,009.99 481.41


1,042
42
113
48
80,000
4,000


110.00


110.00


110.00


110.00


I I


1,041.13
42.00
112.81
48.00
65,385.52

60.00
60,000.00
11,678.10
100.00


60.00
60,000.00
11,678.10
100.00


.87

.19

14,614.48
4,000.00


85,245 138,467.56 71,838.10 18,615.54



303 198.74 104.26
1,250 997.04 252.96
8,000 5,553.23 2,446.77
800 221.69 578.31
24,929.88 24,929.88
1,033.28 1,033.28

10,353 32,933.86 25,963.16 3,382.30




1,630 6.00 1,624.00
9,600 6,453.85 3,146.15
30,948 4,963.82 25,984.18

46,405 54,429.92 8,024.92
7,449.62 7,449.62

500 I 674.67Dr 1,174.67

110 240.00 130.00

2,834 5,959.82 3,125.82

3,862 2,400.00 1,462.00

450 6,782.40 6,332.40


Remarks


96,339


88,010.76
I


25,062.76


33,391.00


Fwd. ....-














DETAILED STATEMENT OF REVENUE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.

Original Actual Over the Under the
Heads and Subheadb. Estimate Revenue Estimate Estimate ibteai
$ $ $ $ ,


R.13. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
WELFARE-(Contd.). Fwd. ...... 96,339 88,010.76 25,062.76 33,391.00

10 D.(ag) D 1517 B. Air Service
Subsidy ...... 18,240 112,713.82 94,473.82
11. D 1544. Books &c. for Primary
Schools ..... 468 428.17 39.83
12. D 1792. Matron, Colonial Hospital 3,209 2,761.65 447.35
13. D 1736a. Cadestral Survey, St.
Vincent 4,000 26,786.32 2.2,786.32
14. D 1771. Black Fish Industry ...... 2,814 2,814.00
15. D 1796. Coco Propagation ...... 28,455 30,215.79 1,760.79-
16. D 18'4. Encouragement of Fish-
ery ...... 3,960 8,960.00
17. D 1983. P.H.E.U. & C.H.P.A. ...... 12,425 10,282.32 2,142.68
18- Banana Propagation Scheme ...... 960 7,200.00 6,240.00
19. Air Service-Aux. Services ...... 6,720 5,935.56 784.44
20. Black Pepper Trials 960 960.00
21. Eastern Caribbean Farm ...... 6,169 4,890.00 1,369.00
22. Penniston Village, Rehabilitation 2,265.08 2,265.08
23 Pilot Scheme for Black fish Indus-
try 94.24 94.24
24 Equipment X-Ray 5,520.00 5,520.00
25. Education Enquiry 7,920.00 7,920.00
26. Latrines for Infant Schools ...... 3,576.77 3,576.77
27. School at Belair 840.32 840.32
28. Matron's Quarters 3,360.00 3,360.00
29. Cotton Pests Control 2,988.28 2,988.28
30. Training of Mr. A. E. Cato in T'dad 28.00 28.00
31. School Buildings 25,286.46 25,286.46
32. D 719 A. C. H. P. A. ... 10,372.80 10,372.80
33. -Refresher Course H/craft ...... 84.06 84.06
34. Air Survey .... 2,300.26 2,300.26
35. Aided Self help Housing 9,600.00 9,600.00
36 Agricultural Staff ...... 720.00 720.00
37. Aero Telecommunication ...... 2,160.00 2,160.00
38. D 419. School Buildings 5,897.86 5,897.86
39 Education Officer 52.60 52.60
40 Public Health Nurses ... 219.69 219.69
41. Training of V. Durrant .... 41.84 41.84
42. D 1108(130) Training of 0.
Robinson in Trinidad 41.84 41.84
43. Georgetown Community Hall 106.10 106.10
44. Training of V. Young in B'dos ... 108.70 108.70
'45 Visit of Dr. Proverbs 63.50 A63.50
46. P.H.E.U., St. Vincent ...... 349.80Dr 349.80
47. Provision W. W. Tools ...... 118.40 118.40
48. D 1108(156) Training of Thadeus
Ross ...... 360.00 360.00
49. D 1108(189) Training of C. Bal-
combe .... 0.00 860.00
50. Training of R. Providence 360.00 360.00
51. Training of N. Andersor 240.00 240.00

53. Fish Market Barrouallie ...... 2,160.00 2,160.00
54. Water Supplies S. G. 4,929.57 4,929.57
55. Road Construction 49,549.69 49,549.69

Total ...... 184,719 430,510.65 292,049.75 46,258.10


P.15-1. Imperial Grant-in-Aid ..... 415,000 355,003.80 59,996.20
R.14-2. Imperial Grant-in-Aid of de-
ferred maintenance 50,000 82,282.53 32,282.53
-3. Leave Passages 7,472.34 7,472.34

Total ...... 465,000 444,758.67 39,754.87 59,996.20

Examined,
N. CATTERALL, PETER R. ELLS,

Principal Auditor, Colonial Treasurer.
Windward Islands. Treasury Chambers
Audit Office, Saint Vincent,
Saint Vincent, 12th March, 1955.
20th July, 1955.













Head Item Details Tncrease Decrease Remarks

$ $
1 1 Irmport Duties ..... 42,488 Increased imports.
2 Wa'rehouse Rent ... 1,205 Quicker delivery.

.42,488 1,205 Increase $41.283.

2 1 Export Duties 45,893 Over-estimation.
Exot uieI


Excise Duty on Rum
Cess on Sugar


Estate Duties


3





. 4







5











6






7





8


1
2




1


2




1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8




1
2
3
4



1
2
3



1

2
3
3a
5
6

7
7a

7b1
7c
7d
9
10
11

12
13
14
15


...... 9,586 Increased consumption.
..... 3,646 Estimated figure token
vote only.

13,232 Increase $13,232.


Part collections from es-
tate of wealthy business
man.
2Natural consequence of
Item 1.


Increase $39,574.


Unforeseen increase.

Collections in arrears.
Collections in arrears.
Increased distributors.
Increased traffic.



Decrease $84.

Over estimate
Increased vigilance.
Collections in arrears.


Increase $61,437.


More Steamel calls.
Greater imports.

Increase $1,750.

Increased orders from out-
side.
Decreasing demand.

Windfall.
Increased demand.
Increasing use of Stud
centres.
Increased demand.
This Clerk is being paid
from L. S. B.
Not estimated for.
Not estimated for.
Windfall.
More installations.
Collections in arrears.


Collection of arrears.
Attendance increased.

Attendance increased.


32,807


6,767


39,574


.... 111
...... 35


623
permits 97
_. 3


869


64,570



64,570


14


459
480





953


414

2,670
49

3,133


10
520
1,240 '

1,760 10

857


,zette etc.
alle-nge


Sale of Guillotine ......
Sale of Plants etc.
Stud lees

Sale of Insecticides
Salary contribution, Merle Daisley

Veterinary Fees ......
Surplus from sale of Fertilisers ....
Sale, Laboratory Equipment
Water Services, Private
Ditto General
Fees for Cambridge and L. M.
exams.
Fees for Handcraft centre
Grammar School Receipts
Girls' High School Receipts
Kingstown Prep. School Receipts......
Fwd. .......


250
240
121


91
2,383
384
1,041



12
962

584
8,380


3,000

4


746

3,903


Stamp Duties




Bonding Warehouse
Cocoa, Cotton etc., Dealers
Fire Arms
General
Insurance Companies
Liquor
Motor Vehicle and Drivers P
Stills




Entertainment Tax
Income Tax
Land and House Tax
Package Tax



Landing Dues, Aircraft
Port Dues
Tonnage Dues



Private work, etc., Printery


Sale of Ga
Sle nf Ch















Head



8


35
36

38b

38

39
39a

40


41

42
43
44
44a
45
45a

47
48
49
. 50
50a
51
52
53
54
54a

55

57

58a


Pwd. -


Item Details



16 Sale of Text books

'17 Evening Class Receir
18 Fees, Registrar Supr
19 Fines and Forfeiture

21 Dispensary Fees
22 Fees, Student Dispel
23 Hospital Fees

24 Laboratory, Fees
25 Mental Hospital Ind
25a Dispensary Fees, Doc
26 Personal Fees, Physic
27 Ditto. Res. S
28 Sale of Medical Stor
29 Sanitary Inspector's
30 X Ray Fees
30a Sale of Manures
30b Arrears of Hospital I
31
Commission on Trini
32 Notes
33 Fees for recruiting of
34 Sale of old Stores
Sundries


I


>ts -
eme Court ....
s of Court -


isers



ustries
;tor's
ian. Col. Hosp.
surgeon do.
es
Exam. Fees ......


ces......

dad Currency

workers


Decrease

$
3,903
177

40


Remarks



Books bought from outside
sources.
Decrease in attendances.


Increase

$
8,380



'1,935
1,479

148
5
15,751

361

433




34
107
629


2,383
43
50


240
17


Over estimate.
No examinations.
Increased examinations.
Not estimated for.



No longer collectible.


This item cannot properly
be estimated.


Sundry Reimbursements .... 2,062
Surplus Income from Crcwn Agents 639
Gains on Investment
Surplus from Br. Carib. Currency
Board 9,294 Windfalls.
Fees for inspection of Weights
and Measures .... 72 Over-estim
Cost of Spectacles 90 No collect
Fees, Police Band ...... 133 Services
tously.
Fees for visits to Private Ware-
houses .... 48

Fees, Registrar of Shipping ...... 143 Not many
tion in ]
Personal Fees, Revenue Officers ..... 39
Fibre Industry 128 Not much
Prison Industries ..... 619 Difficult t(
Prison Fines ..... 88 Not estim:
Stone Crushing Plant and Quarry 1,980 Difficult tc
Prisoners' Pocket money 212

Fines for books 70 More vigi
Cemetery Fees .... 27
Fees for hire of motor rollers .... 80 Increased
Other Receipts ..... 345 Difficult t(
Sale of Generating Units ...... 1,515 Windfalls.
., unallocated Stores ...... 2,211 Difficult t<
Receipts, Machine Shop ..... 316 Difficult t
Electric Current Young's Island ...... 20 Very few
Sale of 2 old Trucks .... 600 Over estin
Electric Current R. A. Clouden ...... 42 Offset by
der E. 1
Reimbursement of costs ..... 7,189 Control Di
ed by T
Accounts, Kingstown Board ...... 960 Accounts
Town Bi
Transport Costs ..... 7,423


58,328 18,876 Increase


Ditto.
Ditto


ate.
ions.
usually




new
1954


gratul-




registra-


activity in 1954.
o estimate.
ated for.
estimate.


',nce

demand.
o estimate.

o estimate.
o estimate.
lettings in 1954.
iated
expenditure un-
6. 6.
ept. now absorb-
reasury.
now done by
board


$39,452.


695
3,022


More Court fines fewer
prison sentences.
Increased collections.

Liquidation of arrears.

Increased collections.
48 No sales for the year.
Not estimated for.
979


I














Details


Increase Decrease

$ $


Commission
Gain on remittances


Miscellaneous
Parcel Postage


Poundage
Rent of Letter Boxes
Sale of Postage Stamps

Surcharged Postage
Mail Van Receipts


..... 273


345


9















10











11









11A

11B











12










14


14A

18


7
98


150



8,911

49



9,215

20
10
132
3,455


Remarks


Fluctuation in exchange
rates-U.S.A./Canada. -

Late settlement of U.S.A.
Parcel. A/c.


New Queen Elizabeth Is-
sues held over to 1955.

Greater diligence in fare
collecting.

Decrease $8,870.



,Fewer messages.
These amounts were in-
correctly classified.
There is an overall in-
crease in these two


5
6
7

8
9




1
2
3
4



5
6



1
2
2a

3/5, 7
6
8



1

1/4
5
6
7
8

9

10



1
2
3
4
4a


5



1




1


Item


Head


Fees for hire of Truck
,, ,, Messages
,, ,, Radio telephone messages
Rental Government Te'ephones ...



,, Private Telephones
Private consumers of" Electricity .....



Rental, Quarantine Station
,, Other Govt. Property ......
Arrears of House Rent .....

Interest on Loans, Towns ......
Interest on investments
Interest on loan to Kingstown ......



Sale of Police Motor Cycle

Towns ....
Agricultural Credit Societies
Loans to Fishermen
Town of Chateaubelair
Loan to St. Lucia

Kingstown New Market

Sun Ray Club



Lease of Lands from W. Jackson ......
Sale of Forest Produce
Sales and Leases of Crown Lands......
Three Rivers Estate
Sale of Electricity Distribution
System

Sale of Land at Thompson Home ......



Deferred Maintenance


Leave Passages

Grant in Aid


items o., $7b.
Offset by expenditure un-
der E 16. 3.
,617_ Increase $337.

179 -Very few lettings in 1954.
300 Do.
Not estimated for, result
of Hodgens.
2
"7 Increased holdings.
Not estimated for.

481 Increase $6,529.

Windfall.

1
,615 Non-collection during 1954.
,000 No loans made in 1954.
-- Part repayment of loap.
Offset by decrease under
R. 15. Grant.
Offset by expenditure un--
der E. 22. 14a.
Part repayment of loan.

616 Increase $53,222.

104 Fewer renters.
252 Difficult to estimate.
446 Fewer renters
578 Do.

Windfalls.

Do.

380 Increase $22,583.

Offset by expenditure un-
der E 26A.

Grant to offset expendi-
ture under E 16. 42.
)96 Offset by increase under
R 11 B./8.





















Probable non-allowable ttems:-

R 8. 3a Sale of Guillotine ..... .... ... .
7d Sale of Laboratory Equipment
36b Surplus from, British Caribbean Currency Board .....
50a Sale of Generating Units ...... ...... ......
58a Transport Costs ...... .
lla Sale of Police Mloitor Cycle ...... ...... ....
12 4a Sale of Electricity Distribution System .....
5 Sale of Lands at Thompson Home ...... ...... .....


Total ..... ....


$
a.. 250-
384
9,294
.._ 1,515
7,423
110
24,930
1,033

$48,406







APPENDIX IV.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


1.-GOVERNOR
1-9 Personal Emoluments
10. Contingencies
11. Stationery & Flags
12. Travelling & Subsistence
13. Typewriter


Total Governor ...


2.-LEGISLATURE
1. Allowance to Members of Councils


2. Transport Allowance
3. Expenses, Bye Election 1954



3.-ADMINISTRATION
1-17 Personal Emoluments


Total Legislature


Contingencies

Printers Overtime Fees
Transport Allowance, Administrator and Assistant Admin-
istrator

Upkeep of Printing Office

Uniforms for Messengers
Contingencies
Maintenance of Boats &c.

Subsistence Allowance, District Officer, St. Vincent Grena-
dines
Transport Allowance, District Officer, St. Vincent Grena-
dines

Fwd. ......


8,981
360
500
,1,800


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


7,396.43
130.91
19.86
2,570.79
53.76


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


770.79
53.76


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


1,584.57
229.09
480.14


Supplemen- Not provided
tary Votes for
$ 4 $ 4


146.00
20.00


770.79
53.76


11,641 10,171.75 824.55 2,293.80 166.00 824.55


13,320


6,600
8,000

27,920


105,373

80

3,000

1,320

5,000

1,008
100
300


600

192

116,973


12,525.50


5,888.36
13,150.73

31,564.59


100,296.85

100.85

2.355.36

1,644.47

7,209.32

804.44
28.09
407.62


550.00


313,397.00


794.50


711.64
5,150.73

5,150.73 1,506.14


5,076.15

20.85

644.64

324.47

2,209.32


107.62


2,662.26


203.56
71.91



50.00

192.00

6,238.26


605.50



5,000.00

5,605.50


720.00

20.00



386.50

2,360.00


150.73

150.73




.85


121.00






3,607.50


Remarks.


S.W. No. 198.
S.W. 'No. 120.




Net Decrease $1,469.25.


S.W. No. 197. Incoming Councillors paid
from date of Writ instead of date of
opening of Council.

S.W. No. 93.

Net Increase $3,644.59. Hiph cost of
printing lists and forms.

S.W. No. 100. Salary increase to'Admin-
istrator.
S.W. No. 135. Bicycle allowance to mes-
senger.


S.W. No. 118. Trans. allce for Govt.
Secretary & Staff Inspector.
S.W. Nos. 58 & 149. Increased volume
of work.


S.W. No. 154. New sails, also more
ravellingg done.


18.

19.
20.








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


3.-ADMINISTRATION (Contd.)


Original
Estimate
$


Fw d. ......


27. Uniform for Revenue Officer and Customs Guard
28. Purchase of Duplicator
29. Union Island and Cancuan Rest Houses
30. Tape Recording Machine & Equipment

Total Administration ......

4.-AGRICULTURE
1-20 Personal Emoluments
21. Books and Periodicals
22. Contingencies
23. Plants and seeds .....
2,4. Scientific Apparatus & Chemicals
25. Transport Allowances
26. Labour
27. Supplies
28. Upkeep Donkey Carts


General
29. Extension Services
30. Operation etc.-Stud Centres
31. Plant and Animal Protection Services
32. Stockmen
33. Soufriere Investigations
34. Swine Fever Control Measures
"35. Transport Allowances
36. Agricultural Shows
37. Forest Surveys and Demarcations

38. Lease of Land from W. Jackson
39. Silvicultural Trials
40. Transport Allowances
41. Uniforms (10 men at $48.00 each)
42. Contingencies
43. Transport Allowance
44. Equipment & Drugs'
45. Equipment, Chemicals & Periodicals -

46. Temporary Lab. assistance


Fwd ......


116,973

93


117,066 i


60,740
320
700
900
300
2,064
3,400
600
90


4,000
3,400
880
2,344
120
2,500
7,992
750
100

275
300
732
480
480
948
600
720

1,212


96.947.


Actual
Expenditure
.$ 4


113,397.00

64.93
204.00
149.86
785.37


114.601.16


57,059.99
224.40
545.91
425.51
74.26
1,560.60
3,327.15
337.56
11.24


3,626.30
1,664.56
710.47
1,888.52
120.00
1,368.00
6,278.50
513.78
481.20

275.00
27.85
732.00
368.40
22.63
948.00
320.10
5.25

825.00


38 742 18


Over the
Estimate'
$ 4


2,662.26


204.00
149.86
785.37


3,801.49


381.20


Under thde
Estimate
$ 4


6,238.26

28.07


Supplemen- Not provided
tary Votes for
$ 4 $ 4


3,607.50 ,85


250.00
190.00
960.00


6,266.33 5,007.50 .85


3,680.01
95.60
154.09
474.49
225.74
503.40
72.85 -
262.44
78.76


373.70
1,735.44
169.53
455.48

1,132.00
1,713.50
236.22



272.15

111.60
457.37

279.90
714.75

387.00


I ., .1 -


Fw ..... 9697, 162 0


II







480.00










143.00


Remarks.


S W No. 70.
S.W. No. 101.
S.W. No. 172.


Necessary.

Foi use in Leg Council


Net Decrease $2,464.84.


S.W No. 178. To make a. trail from Wal-
libou to Mt. Bentlnck.









S.W No. 193.. Amt. to Asst. Chemist net
granted from Scheme.


6,266.33 5,007.50 .85


,


0 2183


31 58602






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Original Actual Over the Under the Supplemen- Not provided
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate tary Votes for Remarks.
$ L $ 4 $ ' $ 4 $ 4 $ 4


4.-AGRICULTUIRE (Contd.)


Fwd. ......


47. Travelling Allowance
48. Contingencies
49. Purchase of Safe
50. Compensation &c., Mamoon Enquiry

51. Training of Agricultural Instructor E. C. F. I.


Total Agiicultlre
5.-AUDIT
1-4 Personal Emoluments
5. Contingencies
6. Expenses, Home Expenses, Colonial Audit Dept.
7. Travelling and Subsistence Allowances

8. Transport Allowance Examiner of Accounts


Total. Audit ......

6.-CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHOhTTY
1. ReLabilitation and Removal of Villages

Total, Central H -using & Planning ALthority ......
6A.-CENTRAL ROAD AUTHORITY
1. Clearing of- River Beds
2. Maintenance of Roads, N.E. District


3. Special Road Services
4. Storm Damages

5. Upkeep Bridges, Culverts &s.
6. Tools and Implements
7. Improvement of Roads
8. Construction of Retaining Walls .....
9. New Embankment Packing
10. Road surfacing Experiments
11. Oiling Buccament Valley Road .....
- 12. Establishment of Road Depot at Colonarie .....
13. Acquisition of lands at German Gutter


Total, Central Road Authority .....


96,947

402
200


83,742.18


4.62
192.00
441.49

656.00


381.20



192.00
441.49

656.00


13,586.02

402.00
195.38


623.00



192.00
430.71

917.00


10.78


97,549 85,036.29 ),670.69 14,183.40 2,162.71 10.78

13,501 13,472.44 28.56
90 53.25 36.75
120 115.20 4.80
950 898.45 51.55 240.00

102.00 102.00 204.00


14,661 14,641.34 102.00 121.66 444.00 _


6;000 6,000.00

6,000 6,000.00_

1,820 1,770.05 49.95
65,000 66,108.97 1,108.97 12,500.00
/

5,000 4,780.79 219.21
8,000 '50,718.63 42718.63 42,000.00 718.63

7,000 6,052.49 947.51
1,000 730.83 269.17
12,000 10,649.61 1,350.39
6,200 5,836.79 363.21
2,000 1,871.78 128.22
2,000 131.06 1,868.94
8,500 8,567.62 67.62 67.62
185.72 185.72 240.00
874.19 874.19 1,092.02


118,520


158,278.53


44 955.13


5196.60


55 83202


7R9.R


S.W. No. 25.
S.W No. 73. Enquiry concerning Kings-
town Water Supply necessary.
S.W. No. 204. New item for training at
Caribbean Farm Institute

.:et Decrease $12,512.71.




SW No. 139. Increased travellinag by
Pri cipal Auditor, Wd. Islands.
S W. 'No. 119. Transport Allowance to
Examiner of Accounts.

Net Decrease $19.66.







S.W's. Nos. 143 & 189. For work on Roads
in Georgetown District t3 relieve un-
employment.

S W's. Nos. 142 & 174. Unusually heavy
,damage due to flooding.







S.W. No. 53. Not completed in 1953.
S.W. No. 195. For Village improve-
ment Troumaca.

Net TInreasqe *30758R53


44,951 5166 Ne Inres . .







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAft 1954.
I I


Heads and Subheads.


6B.--CENTRAL WATER AUTHORITY
1-8 Personal Emoluments
9. Emergency Water Supply, Southern Grenadines
10. Maintenance, Other District Supplies
11. Southern Area Watei Supply System
12. Water Supplies, Southern Grenadines
13. Pipe line Installations, Private Housing Settlement
14. Travelling Allowance Central Water Works Mechanic
Pipefitter
15. Way-leave Land & crop compensation

16. Fire Services Kingstowh Sub. Areas

17. Sedimentation Tank Golden Grove


Total, Central Water Authority ....


7.-CHARfTABLE
1-2 Personal Emoluments
3. Contingencies,
4. Public Assistance


5. Transport Allowance, P.A. & P.O.
6. Transport Allowance, Relieving Officers ......

7. Fair Hall Home, Staff &c.
Total, Charitable ......

8.-COLONIAL' DEVELOPMENT & WELFARE SCHEMES
1. D 13 B (h) Construction of Experimental Walls ...
la. D 451. A. Soil Conservation Supp. Other Chat ges
D 457. Land Settlement & Development
2. Development of Other Property ......
3. Development of Snagg Estate

Total ......
Recurrent Charges:
D. 586 C. Personal Emoluments
4. Oamden Park ..
5. Ottley Hall .....
Other Charges:
6. Camden Park
7. Ottley Hall
7a. Capital

Total ....


Original
Estimate
$


10,224
80
2,500
3,400
1,640
10


Actual
Expenditure
$ 0


9,466.47
11.52
1,870.28
3,291.81
1,094.67


...... j




&


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


1,140.12


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$- 4


757.53
68.48
649.72
108.19
545.33
10.00

1 non otn


1,379.61

7,500.00


31,330 21,471.26 1,140.12 10,998.86

3,264 2,640.00 624.00
100 62.49 37.51
15,000 gS-g8'gT 138.13
9L9"88
876 11.64
180 195.00 15.00

4,732 6,294.05 1,562.06
J-


24,152 25,217.32


1,630
9,600


S 6.00
6,457.87


1,726.83


661.51


1,624.00
3,142.13


Not provided
for
$


5,000.00



6,227.00



340.84

11.64
15.00

1,562.06

355.84 1,573.70


23,948 23,948.00
7,000 4,963.82 2,036.18

30,948 4,963.82 _25,984.18


17,740 16,299.71 1,440.29
1,656 757.10 898.90

24,580 25,415.34 835.34 835.34
-2,429 1,752.38 676.62
3,083.09 3,083.09 3,083.09


Remarks.


S.W. No. 79.
only.
SW. No. 61.
ance.


$100 now toker. provision

Rest of 1953 unspent bal-


Net Decrease $9,858.74.


S.W's Nos. 19, 107 & 192. For relief to
Fire Victims.

S.W. No. 18. Includes payment for De.
cember 1953.


Net Increase $1,065.32.


Net Decrease $1,624.00.
Net Decrease $3,142.13.




Net Decrease $25,984.18.


S 339184 et Increase tom s.


I


876 876.00
100 1,240.12

5,000 3,620.39

7,500


47,307.62


3.015.81


46,405


3,918.43


391843


Net Increase $9026


2.





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


, Original
Estimate
$


8.-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES
(Contd.)
D. 1999. Educational Survey
Personal Emoluments

Other Charges


D. 1003. New Camden Park Cacao Nursery
8. Personal Emoluments Recurrent Charges

D. 1427. Public Health Improvements

D. 1108 (303) Training: T. A. Browne
D. 1108 (309) Training! Thaqdeus Ross
D. 1108 (310) Training: C, Balcombe
D. 1108 (312) Training: R. Providence
D. 1108 (333) Passage for N. E. Venner
D. 1108 (84) Training Sanitary Inspectors
Personal Emoluments
Othei Charges
D. 1108 (85) Training Public Health Nurses
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges

D. 2068-X-Ray Equipment
D. 2071. Cotton Pest Control
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges
Capital Charges


D 1399. Public Relations &
10. Personal Emoluments
11. Other Charges


D 1400. Children's Home
12. Capital Charges
13. Personal Emoluments
14. Other Charges


Local Government


Total .....


Total .....


Total ......


$ 604
$2,800


Actual
Expenditure
$ ,





6,348.00

433.02


Over the
Estimate
$ i


6,348.00

433.02


Under the
Estimate
$ '


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


6,541.18

500.00


Not provided
for
$ .


6,781.02 6,781.02 7,041.18

500 148.70Cr. 648.70 _


143.55Cr.

366.40
377.20
496.12
496.60
360.00

837.60
837.60Cr.


743.60
743.60Cr.


366.40
377.20
496.12
496.60
360.00


837.60
837.60Cr.

743.60
743.60Cr.


143.55


366.40
377.20
496.12
496.60
360.00


5,760.00 5,760.00 5,760.00

896.00 896.00 1,70000
892.28 892.28 1,277.00
1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00

2,988.28 2,988.28 4,177.00

1,334 3,590.16 2,256.16 2,256.16
1,500 1217.85 282.15

2,834 4,808.01 2,256.16& 282.15 2,256.16


458

3,404


2,214.49


I I -I -


458.00

, 3,189.51

1,647.51


Remarks.


SW. No. 105. Rest of unspent balance
on Scheme plus new grant.,


Net Increase $6,781.02.

Net Decrease $648.70.

Net Decrease $143.55.


Net Increase
Net Increase
Net Increase
Net Increase
Net Increase


$366.40.
$377.20.
$496.12
$496.60.
$360.00.


S.W No. 35. Net Increase $5,760.00.

S.W. No. 66.
S.W. No. 66.
S.W. No. 66.

Net Increase $2,988.28.


Increase $1.,974.01.


Total .. .~ 3,862 2,214.49 N~et Decrease ~$1,647.51.


Total .... 3,862


2,214.49


Net Decrease $1.647.51.










DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPE-NDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate'
$


8.-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES
(Contd.)

D 1427. Public Health 'Improvements
15. Other Charges

D 1544. Books and Equipment for Primary Schools
16. Other Charges
D. 2166
26. Aided Self-Help Housing

D. 1736 A
17. Surveying and Mapping, St. Vincent
D 1771
18. Black Fish Industry
D 1792. Matron Colonial Hospital
19. Personal Emoluments

D 1796 Cocoa Development Scheme
20. Capital Charges
21. Personal Emoluments
22. Other Charges

Total
D 1815 Eastern- Caribbean Farm Institute
34. Capital Charges

26. Banana Propagation Scheme

27. Black Pepper Trials

D. 2063 Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute
28. Recurrent Administration Charges
29. Student Maintenance


Total ......


D. 1400 A Matron's Quarters Fair Hall

D. 2087 Lowmans School


Actual
Expenditure
$ 1


Over the
Estimate
$ 4,


450 11,163.44 10,713.44


..... 468 428.27,


Under the
Estimate
$ 8.









39.73


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


11,361.00


359.s3


Not provided
for
$ 0


I I


9,930.15


...... 4,000

..... i 2,814


20,213.90


9,930.15


I I


16,213.90


2,814.00


24,000.00


3,209 2,846.01 362.99_


..... i 17,280
..... i 2,631
8,544

...... 28,455


..... j 960

960 i


24,754.64
2,421.36
4,412.72


31,588.72


7,474.64


7,474.64


10,262.40Cr.


209.64
4,131.28


-1 i401-


10,262.40


960.00

960.00


11,739.00


11,739.00 *


3,976 3,802 44 173.56 2,683.20
2,193 1,502.40 690.60

6,169 5,304.84 864.16 2,683.20

3,600.00 3,600.00 3,600.00


7,748.99


7,748.99


7,296.00


452.99


Remarks.


S.W. No. 38. Net Increase $10,713.44.
Rest of unspent balance on scheme.

S.W. No. 106. Net Decrease $39.73

S.W. No. 36. Net Increase $9,930.15.
SNew scheme.


Net Increase $16,213.90.

Net Decrease $2.814.00.

Net Decrease $362.99.


S.W. No. 148.



Net Increase $3,133.72.

Net Decrease $10,262.40.

Net Decrease $960.00.

Net Decrease $960.00..


S.W. No. 7.


Net Decrease $864.16.

Net Increase $3,600.00.

S.W. No. 50. Net Increase $7,748.99.



___________________________________ I ___________ I ___________ I,


i ------------------- -- I


1- -


16,213.90


4.340.92






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


8.-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES
(Contd.)
D. 1527. Pilot Scheme for Black Fish Industry
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges *


Total


D 587 Agricultural Staff
Personal Emoluments


D. 2041 A. Latrines and Furniture for Infant Schools ......

D 1920. Conversion of Belair Health Centre into School ...

D 1983. C.H. & P.A. & P.H.E.U.
24. Personal Emoluments
25. Other Charges


26a. D. 2151. Air Services-Auxiliary Service:
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


Total ...




Total .....


D 2087. Biabou School
D 1108 (321) Training of N. Anderson in Trinidad

D 13 B (aj) Provision of woodworking Tools


D 2146. Banana Propagation Scheme
Capital Charges
Personal Emoluments
Other Charges


D 13 D (v). Fish Market Barrouallie
D 1705. Aeronautical Telecommunications
9. D 1108 (252) 'Training of E. Crosby in Trinidad
D 2155. Oiling Buccament Road


Total ......


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


45.35Cr.
144.59


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


144.59


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


45.35


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


Not provided
for
$ 4


Remarks.


144.59


99.24 144.59 45.35 144.59

1,164.20 1 1,164.20 1,164.20

3,576.770 3,576.77 4,142.40

840.32 840.32 438.00 402.32


8,777 8,522.58 254.42
3,648 3,099.15 548.85

12,425 11,621.73 803.27

6,720 2,643.56
3,292.00

6,720 5,935.56 784.44
17,537 50 17,537.50 15,494.40 2,043.10
563.00 563.00 0 563.00

137.60 137.60 137.60 ___


9,298.01 9,298.01
1,877.10 1,877.10 44,232.00
997.44 997.44

12,172.55 12,172.55 44,232.00 _
2,400.00 2,400.00 2,400.00
2,140.80 2,140.80 2,140,80
110 148.20 38.20 38.20


Fwd. 35,650.78 35.650.78 I


Net Increase $99.24.

Net Increase $1,164.20.

S.W's. Nos. 4 & 74. Net Increase $3,576.77.

S.W No. 20. Net Increase $840.32.





get Decrease $803.27.




Net Decrease $784.44.
S.W. No. 50. Net Increase $17,537.50.
Net Increase $563.00.

S.W. No. 96. Net Increase $137.60.



S.W. No. 128.


Increase $12,172.55.
Increase $2,400.00.
Increase $2,140.80.
Increase $38.20.


Fw d. ......


35,650.78 35,650.78
j







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS


Original Actual
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure
$ $ $


8.-COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE SCHEMES
(Contd.) 35,650.78
Interior Produce Feeder Roads ...... 3,898.91
Total ...... 49,549.69


D 1108 (256) Training of Mrs A. E. Cato in Trinidad
Personal Emoluments

D 2193. Water Supplies Canouan

D 2182. Equipment for Hospital

15a. D 1517 A. Air Service Subsidy

D 2017. Rehabilitation Penniston Village

D 1303. Salt Industry
Capital

23. D 1974. Encouragement of Fishery in Grenadnes

D 2378. Tree Crop Survey

D 2323. Arrowroot Chemist

9.-EDUCATION
1-43 Personal Emoluments

44. Cadet Corps Uniform & Equipment
45. Exhibitions
46. Furniture
47. Grant to Games & 'Library Fund
48. Handwork Materials
49. Honorarium &c.
50. Science Equipment &c.
51. Secondary School Requisites
52. Upkeep of Grounds
53. Upkeep of Playground
54. Maintenance of 16 m.m. projector
55. Domestic Science Equipment
56. Domestic Science, Cooking &c. materials


FN


.... 49.90


Over the
Estimate
$ 0


35,650.78
13,898.91
49,549.69


49.90


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


*
Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


) 31,996.80

61,996.80


I .,. I,


4,929.57


4,862.27


4,929.57


4,862.27


24,000.00


Not provided
for
$ 0


49.90


4862.27


18,240 93,388.84 75,148.84 75,148.84

2,265.08 2,265.08 2,265.08


4.99Cr. 4.99

3,960 2,000.00Cr. 5,960.00

862.00 862.00 ________ 862.00

875.11 875.11 _4,478.40 ... '"


299,784 296,742.35 I 3,041.65 72.00

400 399.95 .05
400 189.12 210.88
500 492.43i 7.57
500 500.00
50 50.00
15 10.08 4.92
720 37.15 682.85
450 382.37 67.63
100 82.50 17.50
360 291.14 68.86
60 .60 59.40
250 195.93 54.07
200 225.73 25.73 30.00


1 00 nn


Remarks


S.W. No. 40.

Net Increase $49,549.69.


Net Increase $49.90.

S.W. No. 156. Net Increase $4,920.57

Net Increase $4,862.27.

Net Increase $75,148.84.

Net Increase $2,265.08.


Net Decrease $4.99.

Ndt Decrease $5,960.00.

Net Increase $862.00.

Net Increase $875.11. S.W' No 191.


S.W. No. 102. Honorarium tc an Asst.
Master G.S. for extra services.











S.W. No. 184. Increased price


3078 29 549.35,
257 10n


,..-.


d......


52 73


426538


FOR THE YEAR 1954.


4862.27





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Original Actual Over the Under the Supplemen- i Not provided
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate tary Votes for Remarks.
$ I $ $ 4 $ 4 $ 4 $ 4
____________________________________________________ ^ _____ ^ ____ ___________i


9.-EDUCATION (Contd.)

57. Exhibitions
58. Furniture
59. Honorarium & Expen
60. Secondary School Re
61. Upkeep of Grounds
62. Evening Classes
63. H6norafia and Expel
64. Materials &c. for Coj
65. Remuneration to Vis
66. Scholarships from RP
67. Text Books for Seco

68. Island Scholarship 3?
69. Scholarship to Impe
70. Bonuses for Teacher
71. Breakfast Centres
72. Cleaning
73. Contingencies
74. Equipment for Scho
75. Examination Expens
76. ,, ,,
77. Furniture for School
78. Games Equipment f
79. Domestic Science, Ne
80. Kingstown Preparati
81. Marketing of Handc:
82. Primary Schools Athl
83. Registers
84. Repairing' Grant to
85. Rental of School Bu
86. Rental. Teachers Tra
87. School Gardens
88. Teachers Courses (I
89. Teachers Library
90. Text Books
91. Transportation of Cs
92. Transport allowance
93. Transport Expenses,
94. Transport Expenses


Lse of Annual Exams.
quisites


nses of External Exams.
mmercial Subjects
iting Teacher, Corn. Subjects
primary to Secondary School
ndary Schools


'und
rial College of Tropical Agriculture
s



ols
es-Scholarships
T. rr l1 0


Is a
or Schoqjs
eedle work & Wood work
ory School-Cleaning
rafts
>letic Sports

Assisted Schools
ildings & Playground
ining Centres

,ocal)


candidates, Anderson Comp.
s, Education Staff *
Specialist Teachers
for Teachers on Transfer


Fwd. ...... 303,789

314
200
...... 15
350
350
-. 2,808
550
500
550
...... 3,542
960


6,000
1,800
432
3,000
235
50
2,480
48
350
4,200
1,000
750
120
350
240
200
960
700
360
200
400
48
960
100
1,349
1,332
300


299,549.35

238.56
192.40
14.40
351.46
262.28
2,268.34
406.58
315.33
172.00
2,876.81
988.06

6,000.00
1,394.00
463.80
2,078.02
233.57
49.66
2,412.90
48.00
350.00
4,199.14
977.33
600.38
119.97
344.85

r 4.96
60.00
582.00
300.00

349.40
22.06
714.19
28.56
1,186.48
746.49
120.40


'25.73




1.46
12.28





28.06



31.80












44.96



'


4


,265.38

75.44
7.60
.60


539.66
143.42
184.67
378.00
665.19



406.00

21.98
1.43
.34
67.10


.86
22.67
149.62
.03
5.15
240.00


118.00
60.00
200.00
50.60
25.94
245.81
71.44
162.52
585.51
179.60


102.00




20.00
20.00


240.00



48.00












44.96


Fwd. 341,892 333,161.73 144.29 8,874.56 474.96


S.W. No. 201. Necessary.
S.W. No. 182. For drainage.





S.W. No. 97. Offset by Fe4venue from
sales of Books.


S.W. No. 209. 'Dec. 1953 charges unpaid.












S W No. 95. Increased co-.


341,892


144.29


Fwd .....


474.96


333,161.73


8,874.56








,ED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


9.-EDUCATION (Contd.). Fwd ..... 341,892

95. Upkeep of Bicycle 10
96. Upkeep of Playing Fields .... 450
97. Vacation Courses for Teachers ..... 400

98. Tours for Children ... 250
99. Handicraft courses

101. Remuneration to Games Teachers Primary Schools

Total Education 343 002
11.-JUDICIAL
1-8 Pers.-nal Emroluments ...;.. 29,129
9. Contingencies Registrar S.C. .... 70

10. Expenses Wd. Is & Ld. Is Court of Appeal ..... 302
11. Inquests, Witnesses &c. ...... 3,850
12. Registration of Births &c. ...... 200
13. Transport allowance Bailiff 576

14. Transport Expenses Chief Justice, and Puisne Judge ...... 735
15. West Indian Court of Appeal ..... 288
16. Contingencies, Magistrpate ... 75
17. Inquests, Wit's. &c. Magistrate _.. 4,500

18. ,, ,, ,, ,, St. Vincent Grenadines ...... 80
19. Transport Allowance, Magistrate 1,752

20. Typewriter 240
21. New Metal Seal Press for Registry .... 70

Total, Judicial .... 41,867

12.-LABOUR
1-3. Personal Emoluments 9,896
4. Books & Periodicals 60
5. Contingencies 35


6. Transport Allce. Labour Commissioner
7. Travelling Expenses Labour Inspector and others
9. Expenses-Recruitment of Workers U.S.A.


588
876
60

11,515


26,806.64
98.14

19.26
3,316.73
14' 78
73C.16

2,259.10
340.11
41.45
5,936.46

55.66
1,792.58

44Q.4a
100.80


28.14




160.16

1,524.10
' 52.11

1,466.46


40.58'

206.40
30.80


42,126.25 3,508.75


Actual Over the
Expenditure Estimate
$ 4 $


233,161.73 144.29

9.96
349.74
502.66 102.66

162.12
96.00 96.00

23.26 28.26

334,310.47 371.21


Under-the
Estimate
$


8,874.56

.04
100.26


87.88




9,C62.74

2,322.36


282.74
.533.27
53.24




33.55


24.34





3,249.50


32.00


1,900.00

150.00




1,000.00


150.00


27.20

3.259.20


10.16

1,524.10
52.11

466.46




206.40
3.60

2.262.83


7,842.00 2,054.00
23.54 36.46
55.70 20.70 20.00 .70

875.40 287.40 287.40
610.00 266.00
1,528.00 1,468.00 1,528.00


Remarks.


Supplemen- Not provided
tary Votes for
$ $ s


474.96



121.72


100.00

32.00

728.68


Total, Labour. 10,934.64 1,776.10 2,356.46 1,835.40 .70 Net Decrease $580.38.


2,356.46


.70 Net Decrease $580.36.


S 'V. No. 94. Additional course in Agri-
culture.

S.Vv. No. 30. For training girls in hand-
craft centres.
S.W. No. 167. Not provided for.

Net Decrease $8,691.53.


S.W's. Nos. 140 & 108. For repairs to
lockk etc.

S.W. No. 71. High incidence of crime.

S.W. No. 116. For basic transport allow
dance for Puisne Judge.



S.W. No. 155. More frequent fittingss oi
Court.

S.W. No. 28. For basic travelling for
substantive holder.

S.W. No. 29. For a lock for press.

Net Increase $259.25.




S.W. No. 57. To cover Typewriter re-
pairs.
S.W. No. 64. Estimated amr. Inadequate.

S.W. No. 187. $60 was token vote only.


Total, Labour .....


10,934.64


1,776.10


1,835.40






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Original Actual Over the Under the Supplemen- Not provided
Heads and Subheads. Estimate Expenditure Estimate Estimate tary Votes for Rmnarks.
$ .$ $ $ 4 $ $ ,


13.-LANDS & SURVEYS
1.-4 Personal Emoluments
5. Survey Expenses and Maintenance
6. Transport
7. Expenses, Private Surveys

Total Lands & Survey ......

14.-LEGAL
1-3 Personal Emoluments
4. Contingencies .
5. Bicycle allowance _
6. Transport allowance


Total, Legal ......

14A.-LOANS & ADVANCES
1. Ldan to Agricultural Credit Societies
2. ,, ,, Fishermen
3. ;, ,, Sun Ray Club
4. Loan for Purchase of Land at Swamp Out

Total, Loans &c .......


15.-MEDICAL
1-91. Salaries


Bicycle Allowance, Messenger
Contingencies
Delivery Fees, Supply of fish &s.

Medical Library
Transport Allowance, S.M.O.
Charts and Diagrams
Chemicals & films, Radiological Clinic
Clothing & Bedding
Conveyance of Drugs & Stores
Equipment & Drug, Bacteriological Clinic
Furniture and Implements


15,935
10
3,000
1,200

20,145


13,423.70
.38
3,042.50
1,127.17


17,593.75


42.50


42.50


2,511.30
9.62

72.83


42.50


I, .1 -


2,593.75


42.50


8,248 7,907.48 340.52
24 32.51 8.51 10.00
12 4.27 7.73
150.00 150.00 150.00


8,284 8,094.26 158.51 348.25 160.00 _


80,000
4,000


76.181.00

200.00
1,400.00


200.00
1,400.00


3,819.00
4,000.00


200.00
1,400.00


- 'I ______________________________________________ .1


84,000


255,698

12
96
120

200
444
150
3,000
10,000
720
1,400
7,500


77,781.00


238,841.17

12.00
94.01
240.00

61.94
444.00
160.90
2,857.36
6,851.09
561.81
955.82
7,059.99


1,600.00 1 7,819.00


120.00



10.90


16,856.83


1.99


138.06


142.6,
3,148.91
158.19
444.18
446.01


F. -


1,600.00


265,00



120.00

75.0'


I. F. F. -.1.
Fwd. 279,34~ 258,140.09 130.90 21,330.81 460.00 10.90


10.90


Net Decrease $2,551.25.



S.W. No. 150.


S.W. No. 117.
Attorney.


Basic transport for Crown


Net Decrease $189.74.




S.W. No. 43. For repairs to building.
S.W. No. 45. For rehousing of villagers.

Net Decrease $6,219.00.


S W. No. 186. Comp .to Hourc Physician
for loss of Private Practice


S.W. No. 27.
insufficient
S.W. No. 65.


Estimated amount proved


279,340


258,140.09


21,330.81


Fwd. ......


130.90


460.00


10.90








DETAILED STATEMENT OF .EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


15.-MEDICAL (Contd.) Fwd

103. Instruments and Surgical Appliances *
104. Medicines, Drugs & Disinfectants
105. Uniforms for Staff
106. Control of Social Diseases & Yaws
107. Burial of Paupers

108. Cleaning Requisites

109. Dietary
110. Fuel and Lights
111. Medical Comforts.
112. Provision of EyeGlasses for Poorer Classes
113. Upkeep Motor Ambulance
114. pietary
115. Transport Expenses, Physician, Resident Surgeon and
Steward
116. Burial of Mental Hospital Cases \
117. Cleaning Requisites
118. Dietary
119. Donkeys and Cart
120. Fuel and Lights
121. Industries and Contingencies
122. Medical Comforts
123. Transport Expenses, Senior Dispenser
124. Burial of Paupers
125. Cleaning Requisites


126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
134.
135.
136.
137.


Dietary
Donkeys and Carts
Fuel & Lights
Incidentals. for Paupers
Medical Comforts
Transport Allowance, Medical Superintendent
Transport Expenses, Senior Dispenser
Upkeep Delivery Van
Burial of Lepers
Cleaning Requisites
Dietary
Fuel & Lights


Original
Estimate
$


279,340

9,000
18,000
3,000
2,000
480

1,800

24,500
2,000
30
1,350
1,300
10,500
744

250
320
14,500
45
750
100
100
75
400
280

14,000
34
600
90
200
u 144
75'
300
20
70
2,800
200


Actual
Expenditure
$


258,140.09

8,371.25
18,043.18
896.12
1,999.94
625.13

1,961.78

30,625.64
773.44
4.62
1,350.00
1,194.53
7,635.74
1,100.79


27.24
295.97
13,188.51
27.82
471.37
2.70
.97.85
54.40
329.46
345.88

12,192.77
13.40
496.56
69.30
173.52

67.84
239.0,4

50.77
2,680.98
168.70


Over the.
Ea imate
$ 0


130.90


43.18


145:13

161.78

6,125.64





356.79










65.88


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


21,330.81

628.75

2,103.88
.06





1,226.56
25.38

105.47
2,864.26


222.76
24.03
1,311.49
17.18
278.63
97.30
2.15
20.60
70.54


"1,807.23
20.60.
103.44
20.70
26.48
144.00.
7.16
60.96
20.00
19.23
119.02
31.30


I-
Fwd. 389,397 363,716.33 7,029.30 32,709.97 6,979.00


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


460.00





150.0C

100.00

6,000.00





190.00










79.00


Not provided
for
$


10.90


43.18




61.78

125.64





166.79


Remarks.


S.W. No. 146. Increased number of
burials.
S.W. No. 147. More patients at Colonial
Hospital.
S.W. No. 162. Increased admissions.





S.W. No. 63. Transport aLowances to
House Physician and Matron.


FI.W. No. 145. For toilet requisites at
new quarters.













408.29


o.....


Pw ......


389,397


363,716.33


7,029.30


32,709.97


6,979.00





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


. 15.-MEDICAL (Contd.)


138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.

144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.


Incidentals for Lepers
Medical Comforts
Transport Allowance Medical Superintendent
Transport Expenses Charge Nurse
Donkeys & Carts
Transport Allowance, Superintendent, Nurses
,trict Midwives
Transport Allowance, Senior Health Nurse
Cleaning Requisites
Dietary
Fuel and Lights
Medical Comforts
Transport Allowances, Dispensers
Upkeep and Rent of Dispensaries
Sanitary Measures Anti-Mosquito measures
Milk Testing
. Miscellaneous
Public & School Latrines
Upkeep & Maintenance of Public Baths


an


156. Sanitary Measures Southern Grenadines
157. ,, ,, Scavenging Kingstown
158. ,, ,, Stores
159. ,, ,, Public Water Supplies
160. Transport Allcwance Sanitary Superintendent
161. ,,, Sanitary Inspectors
162. ,, Milk Inspector
163. Upkeep of Grounds, Government Offices etc.
164. Transport Allowance, Medical Officers
165. Travelling Allowance, Nurses
166. Cost of Sanitary Inspector Training Course etc.
187. Eradication of Aedes Aegypti Mosquito
168. Purchase of Light Pick-up V'an
16f. Purchase of Motor Ambulance
170. Completion of Spring Water Supply

171. Purchase of Safe, Colonial Hospital


Fwd. .....


......
......
..
.
......
d Dis-
......
......








......
......
...
......

...

...... I
......

......
....
...
......
......
......
......
...
...
...

------

Fwd. .....


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ 4


389,397 363,716.33


88 82.54
100 26.35


732
516
150
1,000
210
20
865
924
900
246
240
3,800
100

240
14,696
1,600
1,600
732
1,776
588
240
7,464
608
50
8,000
2,252
4,300


262..36
533.30
129.97
497.63
141.92

1,024.72
685.73
866.73
41.07
180.43
3,651.32
129.34

130.66
15,194.69
1,214.06
1,553.86
596.31
1,301.67
392.10
180.24
3,892.17
751.91

778.20
2,100.46
4,300.00
439.82

192.00


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


7,029.30










17.30




159.72






29.34


498.69








143.91




439.82

192.00


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


32,709.97


5.46
73.65
32.00
65.00
68.00

469.64

20.03
502.37
68.08
20.00

238.27
33.27
204.93
59.57
148.68


109.34

385.94
46.14
135.69
474.33
195.90
59.76
3,571.83

50.00
7,221.80
151.54


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


6,979.00


Not provided
for
$ 4


408.29


ftemarks.


17.30


159.72


32.00


784.68














450.00

192000


i -,-


143.91


S.W. No. 123. Scavenger foi
Bath etc,

S.W No. 22. Increased wage..


Public


S.W. No. 23. For compensation to crop
damage etc.
S.W. No. 37. Existing safe too smalL


1071


- - I -


8,510.08


47,121.19


8,437.68


443,599


404,987.89


729.22.









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.
4


Heads and Subheads.


15.-MEDICAL (Contd.).


Fwd. ......


172. Histological Examination in Trinidad

173. Refunds of Hospital Fees

174. Transport of Emergency cases to Hospital

175. Rental of Quarters for Physician

176. Electric Wiring for Medical Officers Quarters

177. X-Ray Equipment

Total, Medical ....

i6.--MISCELLANEOUS
1. Conferences & Committees ......
2. Contribution to distressed Vincentians (Cuba)
3. Contribution to distressed Vincentians (Haiti)
4. Cost of Bills, of Exchange
5. Crown Agents for the Colonies
6. Extermination of Mongoose and Rats
7. '-tertainment of H.M.'s Ships visiting Colony

8. Electric Current Government Departments
9. Incidentals, Rest Rooms .....
10. Interest on Overdrafts ....:.
11. Lighting Streets Outside Kingstown

12. Maintenance Mrs. E. L. Reid-......
13. Marine Insurance and Freight
14. Medical Examinations etc.
15. Motor Launch Passenger Service
16. Official Telegrams .

17. Passages etc. of Officers

18. Remuneration to Members, Rent Restriction Board
19. Refunds of Revenue
20. Rental of Premises used by Lab. Com. & C.S......
0


Original Actual'
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ 4


443,599 404,987.89

105.00

532.08

60.00

120.00


599.67

3,230.16


443,599


7,200
48
325
750
1,300
50
250

19,000
50
10,000
1,500

72
2,500
60
1,800
4,800

18,000

100
1,500
480


69,785


409,634.80


6,862.24


632.40
922.35
24.20
150:.40

15,344.99
43.42
4,835.38
1,974.48


6,691.33
41.26
1,800.00
7,306.52

28,063.53

40.32
2 110.68
480.00


77,323.50


f


13,156.99


474.48


4,191.33


2,506.52

10,063.53


610.68


-1 'I


17,846.54
/


d


47,121.19


Remarks.


Over the
Estimate
$ I


8,510.08

105.00 i

532.08

60.00

120.00

.599.67

3,230.16


729.22


3,230.16


47,121.19 11,647.68 3,959.38


337.76
48.00
325.00
117.60
377.65
25.80
99.60

3,655.01
6.58
5,164.62


72.00

18.74





59.68


10,308.04


2,500.00





250.00




475.00





1,440.00

. 5,500.00


10,165.00


4,191.33


1,066.52

4,563.53


610.68


S.W. No. 46. Necessary. For examina-
tion of operation specimens.
S.W. No. 52. Counterbalanced by Reve-
nue.
S.W. No. 56. For cases from St. Vincent
Grenadines.
S.W. No. 152. Unforseen when Estimates
were prepared.
S.W. No. 176. Electricity now available
in area.


Net Decrease $33,964.20.


S.W No. 164.


S.W. No. 44.
pated.


Fewer calls than antici-

v


S.W. No. 210. Provision inadequate due
to Suburban extension.




SW. No. 144. Increased volume of Tel-
egrams.
S.W. No. 183. To meet unforseen ex-.
penses.


10,432.06


8,437.68

240.00

2,000.00

70.00

120.00

780.00


I





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


Origina:
Estimate
$


16.-MISCELLANEOUS (Contd.) F*d. ....

21. Repatriation of Destitute Vincentians & Otheis
22. Stationery Stores & Office Requisites ......
23. Subsidy for St. Vincent Grenadines etc.
24. Sundries
25. Telephones for Public Departments
26. Tourist Development
27. Vessels for Visits to Grenadines
28. Workingmen's Compensation
29. Special Services
30.. Special Allowance to Officers in Grenadines &c ......

31. Participation in the British Industries Fair
32. Training of Clerical Officers
33. Insurance premium J. F. C. Jacobs ......
34. Devonshire Training Course allowances to, H. H Williams......
35. Course H. H. Williams Parliamentary Procedure ......
36. Ex-Gratia Payment to Augusta Weekes

37. Trade Union Training Course

38. Expenses, Public Service Commission ......

39. Loss of Cash etc. Union Island

40. Payment to John Anthony & Others ..


69,785

400
5,600
6600
2,500
7,500
2,000
40
1,000
144
2,000

1,000
500
350
952
380


Banana Shed-Rental of Site from Kingstown Board

Leave Passages of Officers

Honorarium to N. E. Venner

House Allowance Expatriates

Arrears of Salaries
Audit of Trade Union Accounts

Merchants claims-unpaid
Power Unit Airport


FwJ~


100,751


131,045:15


I


41,815.78


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


77,323.50

45.06
5,388.43
6,(40.00
5,829.13
.'986.92
2.000.00
145.00
653.02
1113.24
2,205.76

791.76
433.64
342.80
952.00
354.52
240.00

504.86

1,115.00

234.35

227.02


240.00

7,472.34

40.00

1,589.00

5,164.71
720.00

1,071.15
.1,224.00


11,521.63


Over the
Estimate,
$ 4


17,846.54




3,329.13
486.92

105.00


205.76






240.00

504.86

1,115.00

234.35

227.02


240.00

7,472.34

40.00

1,589.00

5,164.71
720.00

1,071.15
1,224.00


Under the
Estimate
$


10,308.04

355.00
211.57





341.98
27.76


208.24
36.36
7.20

25.48


240.00

540.00

1,140.00

234.35

385.62


240.00

9,600.00

40.00

1,722.00.


720.00


1,'224.00


26,670.97


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


10,165.00


5,164.71


1,071.15



20,483.97


Remarks.


160.00


260.00


Not provided
for
$


10,432.06




3,329.13
486.92


S.W. No. 10.


S.W, No. 136. For bulk payments to
certain officers.





S.W. No. 5. For injury by P.W.D.
Truck.
S.W. No. 6. Training Couise for R. I.
Samuel.
S W. No. 12. Omitted in Estimates.
Honoraria to Members.
S.W. No. 16. Officer dismissed for negli-
gence.
S.W. No. 24. Reimbursement of pay-
ments misappropriated by former
Treasury Messenger.
S.W. No. 32. Rent now demanded by
Kingstown Board.
S.W. No. 42. Implementation of Hodg-
ens recommendation.
S.W. No. 33. For work in connection with
reorganisation Printing Cffice..
S.W's. Nos. 75 & 110. Implementation
of Hodgens recommendation.

S.W. No. 39. 1952 a/c Two Unions.
Amounts unpaid for previous years.

S.W- No. 81. Necessary to clear Advance
Accounts.









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


16.-MISCELLANEOUS (Contd.).


Fwd. ......


50. Passages for students attending courses in Pue.-to Rica ...

51. Wrecked Vessels


Local Broadcasting
New Telephone Directory
Excess expenses on Schemes


Total, Miscellaneous .....


17.-PENSIONS
' 1. Pensions Granted by Law
2. War Pensions, Gratuities &c
3. Pensions not covered by Law
4. Cost of Living Allce to Pensioners



18.-POLICE
1-21. Personal Emoluments
21a. Plain Clothes Allowance
22. Cleaning
23. Contingencies


Total, Pensions ......


24. Furniture & Implements
25. Maintenance of prisoners
26. Motor Transport, Maintenance

27. Maintenance of Criminal Records
28. Provision & maintenance of arms &s.
29. Rifle Range & Targets
30. Transport Allowance-Officers
30A. ,, ,, Inspectors
31. ,, and Subsistence Allowance-Police
32. Upkeep of Fire Brigade
33. Upkeep .of Signal Station & Light House
3{ Upkeep Auxiliary Police Force
Upkeep of Volunteer Fire Brigaae


637.52
150.00
8,450.56

100.751 141,691.77


42,400
865
1,600
* 11,500


48,501.54
991.08
1,820.71
11,669.69


Under the
Estimate
$ '


11,521.63


. 637.52
150.00
8,450.56


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


26,670.97

414.00

995.00

650.00
156.66


-- *1 -- I* I


52,462.40


6,101.54
126.08
220.71
169.69


.1~


11,521.63


28,886.63


Not provided
for
$ 4


Remarks.


20,483.97

S.W. No. 67. Necessary under Point 4
Programme.
S.W. No. 87. Write off of balances un-
der Advance Accounts.
SW. No. 86. New Service.
S.W's. Nos. 163 & 208. Long overdue.
8,450.56


28,934.53


6,101.54
126.08
220.71
169.69


56,365 62,983.02 6,618.02 6,618.02


144,651

800
1,000


700
80
2,500


...:. 450
16,000
72
1,320

2,200
2,500
300
2,900

Fwd ..... 175,473


37,177.7L

628.73
1,392.50


788.61
62.26
3,013.95


447.95
15,506.18
61.87
1,576.48

2,017.42
3,669.38
254.64

L8'L89'g

Ian )Qrl Pi


392.50


88.61

513.95




256.48


1,169.38


,)'f .' 0 22092 ,68.1 4,6 CA


7,473.23 I

171.27




17.74


2.05
493.82
10.13


182.58

45.36
262.13


850.00

300.00


500.00





490.00

2,521.00


92.50


88.61

13.95




256.48


Net Increase $40,940.77.







Net Increase $6,618.02.



S W. No. 21.

S.W. No. 158. Expenses incurred in con-
nection with burning of sugar cane
fields by sabboteurs at Georgetown.


S.W. No. 181. One extra vehicle and
increased costs.




S.W. No. 17.

S.W's. Nos. 103 & 176.


1


A N N


0 /?CO Q1


A AJ1 An


jfCI C-t






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.
__ _____________ _____________


Heads and Subheads.


Original
Estimate
$


21.-PRISONS (Contd.)


32. Maintenance ando Operation of Crusher

33. Maintenance and Operation of truck
34. Tools and Implements
35. Upkeep of cart and harness
36. Upkeep & Operation of Fibre Mill
37. Wages night watchman, (stone crusher &c.)
38. Prison Bakery


39. Purchase of Fairbank Scale


Total, Prisons


22.-PUBLIC DEBT


Colonial Development Fund-Housing (1931)
Elec. Generating Unit Loan (1939)
'Elec. Lighting, Telephone &c Loan (1929 & 1931)
Graham Bequest Fund
Hydro Electric Dev. Loan (1949)
Kingstown W.S. Dev. Loan (1949)
Rural Water Supply Loan 1950


8. Water Supply Loan (1933)
9. Sinking Fund Electricity Generating Unit Loan (1939) ......
10. Electric Lighting, Telephones & Roads Improvement 1939 ......
11. Hydro Electricity Development Loan
12. Kingstown Water Supply 1949 (Sinking Fund)
13. Loan for Housing Scheme etc.
14. Rural Water Supply Loan (1950)
14A Kingstown Market Loan Sinking Fund
15. R.I. Graham Bequest Fund
16. Loan for Land Settlement Canouan ......
17. ,, ,, Purchase of Camden Park Estate
18. ,, ., Purchase of Union Estate, Bequia etc.
19. ,, ,, Reorganisation of Syrup Industry

Total, Public Debt......


56,737


600

900
50
40
75
526"
345


160

59,433


298
611
6,393
273
4,200
4,200
4,032

168
766
4,549
3,185
3,185
1,440
1,152

758
642
1,160
331
515


298.04
610.83
6.392.52
272.74
4,21S.75
4,201.75
4,068.75

84.00
765.24
4 548.60
3.184.72
3,134.72
1.440.00
1.152.00
11,.678.10
757.64
641.70
1,159.36,
330.76
515.00


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


55,708.32


949.80

1,098.94
47.58

67.28
525.76
963.68


148.00

59.509.36 i


3,774.66


.04



15.75
1.75
36.75








11,678.10


Over the
Estimate
$


2,607.24


349.80

198.94




618.68


3,698.30


Under the
jEstimate
$ 4


3,635.92





2.42
40.00
7.72
.24



12.00


5,562.44


I' r I


.12
.48
.26




84.00
.76
.40
.28
.28



.36
.30
.64
.24


17.50

36.75


Not provided
for
$ 4


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


4,391.44


330.00

200.00




641.00


19.80


.04




1.75









11,678.10


I-


Remarks.






S.W. No. 47. For replacements. A Rev-
enue producing item.
S W's. Nos. 129 & 133. Unforseen repairs.




S.W's. Nos. 49, 83 & 166. Fees paid to
private Bakery.
New Prison oven installed late in year.


Net Increase $76.36.







S.W. No. 13.


S.W. No. 14. 1953 Interest unpaid in
that year.


11,679.89 Net Increase $11,644.27.


19.80


,


88.12


54.25


49,502.27


11,732.39


37,858







DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


23.-PUBLIC LIBRARY
1-3. Personal Emoluments
4. Books & Binding
5. Contingencies
" 6. Development of Rural Service
7. Periodicals
8. Supplies & Stationery


Total, Public Library ....


24.-PUBLIC WORKS DEPT.
1-20. Personal Emoluments
21. Contingencies
22. Reference Library
23. Transport Allowance, Assist. Superintendent of Roads
24. Wages of Mechanic Helpers
25. Wages of Apprentices


Wages of Carpentry Apprentices
Vacation Leave, Daily paid Employees
Wages of Watchmen, Arnos Vale


Total, Public Works Dept .......

25.-PUBLIC WORKS ANNUALLY RECURRENT
1. Fire appliances, Government Buildings
2. Furniture & Lights, Government House .....
3. Furniture Public Offices
4. Minor Alterations & Improvements, .Govt. Buildings
5. Repairs etc. to Public Buildings
6. Roads & Paths to Buildings
7. Town and Water Rates Government Buildings
8., Upkeep of Cemeteries
9. Equipment and accessories
10. Repairs to Jetties Mainland and Grenadines
11. Machine Shop Expenses
12. Upkeep, Heavy Equipment
13. Transport Costs


14. Repairs & Maintenance Sea Latrines, Grenadines
Mainland


and


Original
Estimate
$


4,692
3,000
100
400
2600
250

8,702


53,611
200
50
8,660
960
1,200

1,000
1,350
1,180


* Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


4,042.26"
2,526.17
83.96
399.61
259.03
249.94


7,560.97


51,758.33
184.01
2.70
6,491.82
1,056.35
1,994.35


833.32
1,161.30


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


96.35
794.35


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


649.74
473.83
16.04
.39
.97
.06


1,141.03 1


1,852.67
15.99
47.30
2,168.18



1,000
516.68
18.70


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 4


Not provided
for
$ 4


Remarks.


T 7


500.00
800.00


________________________________________________________ I 'I __________________________________________________________ .1


68,211


900
1,000
1,800
2,500
16,200
2,000
2,400
680
200
1,800
800
4,200
40,000


400


63;482.18


2.24
949.37
1,596.42
2,296.13
18,070.12
1,253.83
1,711.40
324.51
72.59
1,261.12
710.10
3,125.10
42,692.41


345.15
I


890.70 5,619.52


1,870.12







2,692.41


897.76
50.63
203.53
203.87

746.17
688.60
355.49
127.41
538.88
89.90
1,074.90



54.85


1,300.00



100.00










3,500,00


1,870.12


Fwd. 74,880 74,410.49 4,562.53 5,032.04 3,600.00 1,870.12


Net Decrease $1,141.03.






S.W. No. 177. Increased work.
S.W. No. 125. Due to expansion of Work-
shops.



Net Decrease $4,728.82.




S.W. No. 185. Provision insuffclent.










S.W. No. 190. Materials for Road build-
ing, G/town to relieve unemployment.


74,410.49 ,


74,880


5,032.04


Fwd. -.-


4,562.53


3,600.00


1,870.12





DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


Original,
Estimate
$


25.-PUBLIC WORKS ANNUALLY RECURRENT (Contd.) Fwd:.

15. Unallocated Stores ......
16. Upkeep Quarantine Station
17. Contingencies
18. Small Plant and Tools
19. Maintenance of Buoys
20. Pension contribution for G. M. Roberts

Total, Public Works Annually Recurrent .....
26.-PUBLIC WORKS EXTRAORDINARY
1. Extension Girls' High School

2. Improved Office
3. Colonial Hspital Extensions and Equipment
4. Completion of T. B. Hospital
5. Conversion of Hospital into Dispenser's Quarters
6. General Repairs Police Station, Calliaqua ......
7. New Police Station Sandy Bay
8. New Police Station Questelles ......
9. New Signalman's Quarters Fort Charlotte
10. Genweal Repairs Fort Institution


11. New Building Canouan
12. New Combined Police Station & Post Office, Spring Village
12A. Purchase of Gibson Property
13. Housing accommodation, Distilled Water, Medical Store ......
14. Replacement of Type Cases
15.. Hand Tools, Mechanical Workshop
16. Machine Tools, Mechanical Workshop
17. Motor Carriage for Electric Welder
18. New Block Making Machine
19. New Tarpaulins for Trucks .....
20. New Truck (2)

21. Spare Engine Unit (1)
22. Tyres for Grader
22A. Lighting Navigation Buoy Union Island


Fwd. .....


74,880

880
300
150
600
50


76,860

18,000

1,500
5,000
900
300
3,500
5,000
4,800
2,900
5,000


4,000
3,200

400
300
600
1,600
200
1,000
480
8,000

800
862


68,342


Actual
Expenditure
$ 4


74,410.49

25,088.25
275.45
114.54
577.27
2.84


100,468.84

26,204.29

992.62
2,454.57
716.25
170.25

4,477.17
5,776.84 "

7,525.68


3,053.38

8,100.00
299.94
146.44.
205.60
23.32

288.00
416.90
8,815.00


843.96
57.56


Over the
Estimate
$ 4.



4,562.53

24,208.25


28,770.78

8,204.29







976.84

2,525.68




8,100.00







815.00



57.56


70,567.77 j 20,679.37


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


5,032.04


24.55
35.46
22.73
47.16


5,161.94



507.38
2,545.43
183.75
129.75
.3,500.00
52.2.83

2,900.00



946.62
3,200.00

100.06
153.56
394.40
1,576.68
200.00
712.00
63.10


800.00
18.04


18,453.60


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$ 0


3,600.00


Not provided
for
$ '


1,870.12

24,208.25


298.49 6


3,898.46 26,078.37

14,474.49







1,200.00

5,200.00


140.00

1,295.00



57.56


22,367.05


8,100.00


Remarks.


Unallocated .07ores
Purchase. Freight a a c.
Other Charges 207,820.54
Value of Stores issu,'d to
other subheads ar6
Services 182,732.29
25,088.25
S.W. No. 8. Contribution for 1951/52.

Net Increase $23,608.84.

S.W. No. 62. Rest of 1953 provision. Ex-
tension done in 1954.






S.W. No. 196. Underestimated

S.W's. Nos. 109 & 200. Second stage of
work on schedule for 1955 undertaken
in 1954.








S.W. No. 72. Increased prices.


S.W. No. 99.
ordered.


Different make of Truck


S.W. No. 179. Necessary to safeguard
Shipping.

8,100.00









DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SJEHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads.


26.-PUBLIC.WORKS EXTRAORDINARY (Contd.)


Original
Estimate
$


Fwd. ......
I


23'. Electric Lighting Roads T.B. Hospital etc.
24. New Installations Government Buildings
25. Fencing Grounds Nurses Home T.B. Hospital
26. Renovation of Medical Officers Quarters Montrose

27. Fish Sheds

28. Purchase of Deep Freeze Government House


29. Revenue Officers Quarters Union Island
30. Purchase of Tennis Court Club House


Total, Public Works Extraordinary .....

26A.-DEFERRED MAINTENANCE
1. Administration Buildings
2. School Buildings .....
3. New School, Clare Valley ..
4. Enclosure, Troumaca School

9. Service Block to Female Ward Colonial Hospital

11. Repairs &c. Mental Hospital _..
12. Repairs to Fort Institutions
13. Repairs to Leper Asylum
15. Repairs to Treasury Buildings
18. Major repairs to Govt. Buildings, Southern Grenadines ....
19. Repairs to Buildings Southern. Grenadines
21. Government Buildings Sanitary Installations
24. New Kitchen, Laundry &c. Colonial Hospital
25. New Kitchen, Leper Asylum
26. Colonial Hospital Food store Room alteration
27. Lavatory accommodation Kingstown Craft Centre
29. Repairs &c. Jetties &c. Grenadines and Mainland
30. Structural Replacements Kingstown Jetty
31. Maintenance Airport
32. Ramp & Hangar


68,342

2,000
4,000
1,000











75,342


18,000
20,000

















6,000


fv


I


Actual
Expenditure
$ 'p


70,567.77

75.60
3,931.51
856.62
3,327.26

205.69

804.47


6,000:00


85,768.92 31,016.79


8,023.94
337.28


2,117.26


5,038.71
723.C7
55.00
4,497.04
93.61
119.16
5,785.56
818.60

11.07
943.60


362.63


337.28


2,117.26


5,038.71
723.97
55.00
4,497.04
93.61
119.16
5,785.56
818.60

11.07
943.60


362.63


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


18,453.60

1,924.40
68.49
143.38


18,000.00
11,976.06

















6,000.00


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$


Over the
Estimate
$ 4'


20,679.37




3,327.26

205.69

804.47


600000 n


1,000.00


20,589.87 1 28,172.05


-I -.-~--'------ -


20,000.00

.40

2,144.38

1.08
4,780.00
716.28
55.00
5,500.00

119.16
6,968.44
839.18
1.12
40.00
984.90


k I,


Not provided
for
$

Remarks.


8,100.00




D.W. No. 54. For renovation of newly
acquired property.
S.W. No. 80. Necessary. For 2 sheds
for use of fishermen.
S.W's. Nos. 98 & 124. Decision to pur-
chase taken after submission of 1954
Estimates.
6,000.00
S.W. No. 114. For use of Public Rela-
tions Officer.

14,100.00 Net. Increase $10,426.92.


337.28





258.71
7.69


93.61








362.63


Fwd. 44,000 28,927.43 20,903.49 35,976.0~ 42,149.94 1,059.92


S.W. No. 160.

S.W. No. 160.

S.W. No. 160.
S
S.W. No. 160.
S.W. No. 160.
S.W. No. 160.
S.W. No. 160.
S.W. No. 160.


Deferred Maintenance
Programme.
Do. Do.

Do. Do.
Do. Do..


S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.
S.W.


22,367.05




3,500.00

500.00

805.00


I


44,000 28,927.43


60000


Fwd ......


35,976.08


20,903.49


42,149.94


1,059.92






DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Original
Estimate
-T


Heads and Subheads.


26A.-DEFERRED MAINTENANCE (Contd.)

33. Accommodation for P.W.D. at Arnos Vale

35. Reconstruction of Leeward Highway
38. Reinstatement of Jarvis Road
39. Reconstruction, Boiswood Road
40. ,, Dorsetshire Hill Road'
41. Old Estate Roads
42. Other Roads, Fairburn Pasture &c.
46. Reconstruction of Bridges
47. Catchment Areas T.W.S.
48. Repairs to Catchment Area Union Island
49. Playing Field, Girls' High School
50. Purchase of Thompson Home


Fwd. .....





......


Total, Deferred Maintenance ......
28.-SUBVENTIONS
1. Contribution to Cocoa Research Scheme I.C.T.A.
2. C.A.S.F...
3. C.P.Q.S. Trinidad
4. C.S.B.S.
5. I.C.T.A.
6. I.S.C. etc.
7. R.E.S.
8. T.F.E.S.
9. Commonwealth Inst. of Biol. Control
9A. Mycological Institute


Soup Kitchen
St. Vincent Infant Welfare etc.
Thompson Home
Small Town Boards


14. Village Councils

15 Boy Scouts Assoc.
16. Director of Col. Sch. Contingencies Fund
17. Girl Guide Assoc.
18. St. Vincent Music Council


44,000



6,000











50,000


29
16
16
200
1,997
73
6
4
300


240
720
240
10,000

1,000

96
125
96
200


Actual
Expenditure
? 0


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


28,927.43 20,903.49


814.56

6,757.68
494.60
674.50
195.04
3,888.67
4,044.85
9.60
1.27
185.79
288.54
36,000.00

82,282.53


29.00

16.00
200.00
3,993.80

4.80

576.0d,
72.0

24u.,jO
72U.00

12,610.00

1,200.0r0

96.00

96.00
200.00


814.56

757.68
494.60
674.50
195.04
3,888.67
4,044.85
9.60
1.27
185.79
288.54
36,000.00

68,258.5P


I I'


1,996.80



276.00
72.00




2,610.00

200.00


Under the
Estimate
$4


35,976.06















35,976.06


16.00



73.00
1.20
4.00












125.00


Supplemen-
tary Votes
.r 4


42,149.94

616.06

6,978.30
494.60
630.92

3,433.35
3,683.21
2,167.00

600.00
212.62,
38,000.00


Not provided
for
$


1,059.92

198.50



43.58
195.04
455.32
361.64

1.27

75.92


78,372.00 2,391.19


72.00




2,610.00

200.00


I I -l -
Fwd. 15,358 20,293.60 5,154.80 219.20 2,882.00 2,272.80


Remarks.


S.W. No. 160.

S.W No. 160.
S W, No. 160.


SWV. No. 160.
SW INo. 160.
S.W. No. 160.


S.W. No. 160.
S W. No 89.


Deferred Maintenance
Programme.
Do. Do.
Do. Do.
I


,et Increase $32,282.53.


1,996.80


276.00


is. W. No. 85. Proportion
Islands 'contribution.


of Windward


S.W. No. 76. Unforseen expenditure due
to increased labour costs
S W. No. 77. Unforseen expenditure due
to increased labour costs


2,882.00


2,272.80


Fwd. ......


5,154.80


15,358


20,293.60


219.20








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER EU2HEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954


Heads and Subheads..



28.-SUBVENTIONS (Contd.)

19. Kingstown Board etc.
20. Percentage Grant etc.
21. Contr. to Ross Institute
22. Count. to Bureau of Hygiene & Tropical Diseases
23. All British Tel. Service
24. B.E.S. for Blind
25. Commonwealth Parliamentary Assoc.
26. Contribution to R.E.C.

27. Exp. of Civil Aviation Director
28. Imperial Funds for Defence ,
29. Imperial Institute

30. War Graves Comm.
31. Inter. Telecomm. Union
32. King George V Playing Field
33. Law Library
34. Liaison Officer Service, Colonial Office
35. Maintenance etc. objects of historical interest
36. Publication of Government Notices


O
E


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $


Fwd


15,358


e


37. Peace Memorial Hall
38. St. Vincent Legion of B.E.S.L.
39. West India Committee
40. ,, University College
41. Contribution, to W.I. Regiment
42. Meteorological Services ......
43. Contribution to P.A. San. Organisation
44. Caribbean Steamship Service
45. Contribution to King George V Memorial Pavillion
46. Colonial Film Unit .

47. C.D.C.H. Contribution to Comm. Dev. Clearing House ......
48. Contribution to Colonial Students Amenities Fund


30.-TELEPHONES
1-10. Personal Emoluments
11. Contingencies
12. Insurance, Georgetown Exchange


Total, Subventions ......


1,460
1,656
24
10
437
100
240
1,152


300
62
720
288
150
100
500

120
300
72
34,450
19,012
663
482
4,000
10,000


92,704


20,293.60

1,460.00
1,656.00
24.00
10.00


240.00
2,353.12

801.36
284.16
120.00


29.32
720.00
238.00
105.36
21.24
1,209.42


378.32

18,158.34

633.60
862.57

5,00p.00
24.00

21.12
144.00


)ver the Under the Supplemen- Not provided
estimate Estimate tary Votes for
$ $ $ $ 4


5,154.80 219.20 2,882.00 2,272.80





437.00
100.00
1 202, in


1,201.12

301.36


72.00


709.42


78.32




380.57


24.00

21.12
144.00


215.84'


300.00
32.68


44.64
78.76


120.00

72.00
16,291.66
19,012.00
29.40

4,000.00
5,000.00


301.36

24.00


48.00


709.42


78.32*


380.57


48.00


I, I' I, -


54,837.53


8,086.71


45,953.18


5,245.10


21.12
144.00

2,866.49


16,578 16,612.79 34.79 34.79
50 41.74 8.26
24 14.40 9.60


Remarks


S.W,. No. 165. St. Vinceh,,s share of
1953 excess expenditure.
S.W. No. 60. Increased expenses.

S.W. No. 9. 2 years contribution also
50% increase for 1954.


S.W's. Nos. 69 & 199. New arrangements
with 'Vincentian' office.


S.W. No. 34.

Contribution not paid till 55ib.


S.W. No. 55.
tribution.


New item. Two years con-


Net Decrease $37,866.47.


Fwd. 16,652 16,668.93 34.79 1,786 34.79 I


1,786


S Fwd. ......


16,652


16,668.93


34.79


34.79








DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPE:qDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954.


Heads and Subheads..


Origi
Estim
$


Fwd. :..-


30.-TELEPHONES (Contd.)

13. Maintenance

14. New Installations


Rental District Exchanges
Kingstown Exchange ---
Tools & Implements
Transport Allowance Assistant Superintendent
Transport Allowance Telephone Department
Wireless Tel. Comm. Bequia
,, Union Island
', Canouan .....
Furniture Telephone Exchange
Transport Allowance Linesman Windward District

Total, Telephones .....


31.-TREASURY
1-20. Personal Emoluments

21. Allowance for Cash Shortages
22. Commission for Collection of Licences
23. Contingencies
24. Drawbacks and Refunds of Revenue
25. Transport Allowances
26. Transport of Revenue Officers etc.
27. Bicycle Allowance
28. Maintenance of Office Equipment
29. Reference Library, Treasury
30. Filing Cabinet Accessories
31. Caretaker & Scavenger
32. Contingencies
33. Travelling Expenses Senior Clerk
34. Contingencies
35. Uniform for Revenue Officer Bequia
36. Upkeep of Boat
37. Cleaning Revenue Office
38. Contingencies
39. Trans. All'ce Senior Clerk


nal Actual
Late Expenditure
$4
] ____


16,652

4,500

200

192
384
120
732
1,000
300
300
300
150
120


24,950 -


72,962

48
20
400
800
816
100
12
100
...... ;75
... 50
... 48
34
300

58
... 50

60
..... 507
507Fwd. ......

Fwd ....... 76,485


16,668.93

5,427.75

388.58

192.00
384.00
26.55
732.00
711,55
161.95
147.62
80.72
90.23
S 110.00


25,121.88


72,513.87

48.00
5.50
402.52
249.97
816.00
168.12
12.00
349.62
70.28

48.00
34.12
297.47
23.97
58.00
25.90
6.72
42.92
446.38


Over the
Estimate
$4


34.79


927.75

188.58


Under the
Estimate
$ 4


17.86







93.45

288.45
138.05
152.38
219.28
59.77-
10.00


I. I .1


1151.12


979.24


~~~~~~~7


Supplemen-
tary Votes
S$ 4


Not provided
for
$ 4


34.79


1,200.00

189.00

8.00


1397.00


-, - --. .


2.52


68.12

249.62



.12


448.13


14.50

550.03




4.72
50.00


2.53
6.03

24.10
8.28
17.08
60.62


I __________________________________________________________ I
75,619.36 320.38 1,186.02 1,096.80 i 252.26


996.80






100.00


34.79


249.62



.12


Remarks.


S.W. No. 111. Increased .breakdowns
due to age of Telephone system.
S.W. No. 178. Greater demand than
anticipated.
S.W. No. 151. Dec. 1953 rent paid 1954.


let Increase $171.88.


S.W. No. 1. Staff reduced.
transferred to Treasury.


Officer


SW. No. 88. Increased inspection tours.


75,619.36


320.38


1,186.02


1,096.80 252.26


t











DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE UNDER SUBHEADS FOR THE YEAR 1954


Heads and Subheads.


31.-TREASURY (Contd.)


Original Actual
Estimate Expenditure
$ $ 0


Fwd. ......


40. Commission for collection of Licences
41. Contingencies
42. Reference Library, Income Tax Office
43. Refunds & Reliefs of Income Tax
44. Rental of Office
45. Transport Allowances
46. Bicycle Allowance
47. Legal Expenses
48. Maintenance of Office Equipment
48A. Operation of Land & House Tax Ordinance



49. Steel Filing Cabinet
50. File Folders
51. Land and House Tax Surveys
52. Contingencies
53. Transport" Expense Inspectors
54. Transport Allowance Controller Suoolies-


Total, Treasury .....


76,485

200
100
100

300


240
40
200


92,059


75,619.36

67.11
95.49
77.28
10,466.27
300.00
3,290.53
10.39
240.00
15.36
1,190.55



100.00
72.22

48.74
249.52
124.00


91,966.82


Over the
Estimate
$ 4


320.38




466.27





990.55








124,00


1,901.20


Under the
Estimate
$ 0


1,186.02

132.89
4.51
22.72


421.47
1.61

24.64





27.78
10.00
11.26
150.48


1,993.38


Supplemen-
tary Votes
$


1,096.80










1,143.00








124.00


2,363.80


Not provided
for
$-


Remarks.


252.26


466.27


718.53


S.W. No. 11. Payment of commission
during Training of Asst Tax Officer
in Trinidad 1953.






S W. No. 2. Transport for Controller of
Supplies for 4 months.

Net Decrease $92.18.


S ___________________________________________


Examined


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor
Windward Islands
20th July, 1955.


PETER R. ELI,
ColZonal Treasurer.


Treasury Chambers
St. Vincent
21st April, 1955.


I1


I











APPENDIX V.

Advances in anticipation of Loan (Economic Development)

(ORDINANCE No. 14 OF 1951).
r


SCHEDULE.


Kingstown Market

Fairhall Hqmes

Arrowroot Central Factories

Bonded Warehouse

Land Settlement Board

Cotton Ginnery

Schooner and Shipping Wha

Cost and Contingencies


Original Actual Expenditure Total
Estimate Revised Expenditure Balances
Provided by Estimate, as at as at
Law. 1953. 1954. 31. 12. 54 31. 12. 54.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.
... 96,000 00 96,000 00 61,637 04 28,560 41 90,197 45 5,802 55

... 96,000 00 96,000 00 92,385 87 -104 30 92,490, 17 3,509 83

... 200,000 00 336.000 00 61,901 10 216,039 58 277,940 68 58,059 32

'160.800 00 935 33 140,730 76 141,666 09 19,133 91

S S1.600 00 5,000 00 10,000 00 15,000 00 66,600 00

24,000 00 ... ... ... 24,000 00

rf ... 624,000 001 ... ... ... 624,000 00

45,600 00 ... ... ... 45,600 00

392,000 00 1,464,000 00 221,859 34 395,435 05 617,294 39 846,705 61


Examined


N, CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor
Windward Islands.
20th July, 1955.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
9th March, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.















APPENDIX VI.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF ADVANCES AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.

Debit Credit
$ 0 $ <
PUBLIC OFFICERS 92,908.89

OTHER ADMINISTRATIONS.
$
G. 9. Government of Antigua 1,234.74
10. Barbados 10.48
11. British Guiana 6,875.32
12. British Honduras .01
13. Jamaica 51.01
14. Leeward Islands 2,656.16
15. Montserrat 173.45
18. Northern Rhodesia 71.73
19. St. Kitts-Nevis 18.56
20. Tanganyika Territory 355.24
21. Trinidad & Tobago 5,048.23
29. Gilbert & Ellice Islands .02
63. Fiji Islands 53.05

16,548.00


OTHER ADVANCES.

A. 1. Air Ministry Technicians 323.68
39. Air Ministry 272.16
40. Arrowroot Chemical Engineer 833.60
48. Arrowroot Factory-Central 276,624.45
50. Airfield-Preliminary Expenses 193.08
52. Arrowroot Factory-Central-Trading
Expenses 1,316.23
B. 61. Banana Industry-Training of Officers 440.00
C. 3. C. D. & W Office, Barbados 750.77
4. Colonial Office 4,879.68
22. Colonial Service Course 1,133.22
49. Colonial Surveys 1,200.01
53. Cable and Wireless 4.16
88. -Currency Board-British Caribbean 97.40
F. 19. Fertilisers-Purchase of 4,956.80
21. Flood Damage 4,392.63
H. 22. Hayward Bank 5,895.74
J. 32. Judge's Residence 279.58
K. 16. Kingstown New Market 90,197.45
L. 19. Land Settlement & Development Board 399.14
43. Leeward Land Settlement Estates Cacao
Scheme 15,000.00
46. Libraries--Public-Eastern Caribbean
Region 470.92
M. 12. Ministry of Pensions 1,357.66
52. Ministry of Transport 960.00
55. Midget Radios Scheme 76.12
57. Princess Margaret-Visit of H.R.H. 52.00
P. 1. H. M. Paymaster General 1,092.48
22. Police Training Course 20.38
34. Paupers Institution 92,490.17
42. Pension to H. H. Fraser 724.58
43. M. V. ."Lady Patricia" 373.80
R. 16. Recruitment of Workers for U.S.A. 7,999.63
37. Redemption Sharpes Estate--Purchase of 64,444.51
S. 12. Suspense A/c 585.33
26. Salt Fish Industry 3,579.19
62. Sale of Crown Lands, Union Island 588.24
65. Schooner "Wonderful Counsellor" 7.00
68. Sloop "Gloria B" 33.83
69. Sloop "Eastern star" 5.00













Debit
$


T. 26. Teacher Training-Erdiston College
Barbados
U. 2. University College of the West Indies
W. 42. Water Supply Installations
47. Warehouse-Government


Less Credits


Credit
$ 0


96.00
13.44
76.50
141,666.09

725,099.57
803.08

724,296.49


SUMMARY.


1. Public Officers
For Cars etc. (transport)
For Study Purposes
Unclassified


2. Other Administrations
3. Other Advances



Total as per Balance Sheet $833,718.61
Add classification error in 1954,
adjusted in 1955 34.77

$833,753.38


Debit
$

39,176.84
13,327.51
10,404.54


Credit
$ 0


92,908.89
16,548.00
724,296.49

833,753.38


Examined,


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
15th March, 1955


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.


Audit Office,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
20th July, 1956.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.







APPENDIX VII.
SAINT VINCENT.

STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


Particulars.


Redemp-
tion Date.


B Special Funds
Bain Gray Prize
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Cotton Factory Depreciation
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank


Graham Bequest
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank


Home
East Africa High Commission 4Z Stock
Malaya 3 per cent Stock


Housing Scheme
Australia 3]
Australia 3
Australia 3
Exchequer 3
Nigeria 4
New Zealand 34
War Loan 3
Savings Bonds 3


per
per
per
per
per
per
per
per


cent Stock
cent Stock
cent Stock
cent Stock
cent Stock
cert Sto-k
cetnt Stock
cent Stock


Motor Launch Depreciation.
St. Vincent Government Snvihnus


Bank.
Bank


Lady Musgrave Prize.
Malavyn 3 per cent Stock


Permanent Investment Eruption
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock


Colony Reserve
Australii 3-
Eist Africa Higd
Kenya 2
Conversion 3
New Zealand 3
Savings Bonds 3
Ditto 3
Ditto 3


per cent Stock
i Commission 3:-1
| per cent Stock
per cent Stc ck
per cent Stock
per cent Stock


Stock...


Simmon Bequest
St. Vincent Government Savings Bank


N1973/7(
1974/7


1954/59
1964/74
1958/60
1960
1963
1955/60
1955/59
1955/65









1974/76


Face Value.


Market Value
at 31st Decem-
bet, 1954.


s. d. s. d.


221 5 7 184 15 3
$886.86


63 4 5 63 4 5
=$303.46


670 8 3 670 8 3
=$3,217.98-


3,750 6 0 3,785 10 0
6 715 2 4 597 2 6
4,465 2 4 4,382 12 6


696 18 5
277 14 2
151 10 8
39 1 11
35 4 7
271 17 10
573 1 2
1,06) 1 11
3,106 10 1 S



230 3 10



92 4 10


1965/75a 13,935 15 9


1961/66
1968/70
1971/76
.1969
1952/55
1955/65
1960/70
1965/75


516 3
39 9
350 16
653 2
1,352 18
2,20t 15
1,57, 5
1,380 1 I
8,08s 3


-$21,036.60


703 17 10
259 13 2
149 5 3
40 17 2
35 14 10
275 19 5
577 7 2
1,061 1 11
3,103 16 9
--$i4,898.4'2


2 (0 3 10
-$1,104.92


77 0 6


=$3(i9.72


13,099 12 10
=$62,878.28


511 0 3
3s -2 1
310 9 11
669 8 9
1,352 18 4
2,208 1..5 1
1,515 2 2
1,297 15 3
,90. t1 -10


=$37,937.24

33 '0 0 33 0 0
-=$158 40


I


I










Particulars.


Redemp-
tion Date.


Sugar Industry Price Stabilisation.
Australia 31 per cent Stuck ...
Crown Agents Joint Miscellaneous Fund...


Rehabilitation.
Crown At-ents Joint Miscellaneous Fund...

Labour Welfare.
Crown Agents. Joint Miscellaneous Fund....
Australia 31 per cent Stock ...



Savings Bank.
Australia 3 per cent Stock ...
do. 3 ,, ,, ..
do. 34 ,, ,, ,, '"
do. 42 ,, ,, ,,
Consols -1 per cent Stock ...
East Africa High Commission 4', Stock...
Essex 3- per cent Stock ...
Federated Malay States 3 per cent Stock ..
Gold Coast 41 per cent Stock
Kenya 21, per ,ent Stock. ...
do 4 ,, ,, Stock ...
Mauritius j per cent Stock ...
National War Bonds 21 per c nt Stock ...
Nigeria 31 per cent Stock
New, Zealand 3- per cent Stock
Nigeria 3 per cent, Stock
Northern Rhodesia 31 per cent Stock .
Tangyanika 3 3 per cent Stock
Trinidad 31 per cent Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock
do. 3 ,, ,,
do. ; ,, ,, ,,
Sheffield 3- per cent Stock ...
War Loan 3 per "ent Sutck ...
War Loan 31 per cent Stock .


Add Loan to Cen. Houiing & Planninig ...

,Sincing Funds
Electric Light, Telephone and Road Recon-
struction Loan 1939.
Australia 3I per cent Stock ...
do. 3 ner cent Stock ...
Ceylon 3 per cent Stock ..
Gold Coast 3 per cent Stock
do. 41 per cent Stock
Jamaica 3j per cent Stock ..
Leeds 32 per cent Stock
Middlesborough 4 3/16 per cent Stock ...
New Zealandi '3 per cent Stock .
Nigeria 4 per cent Stock
St. Vincent 5 ner cent 3Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock ...
Savi-ngs Bonds 3 per cent Stock
Serial Funding 11 pe- cent Stock
Australia 3j per cent Stock ...


1954/59


1954/59


Face Value.


s. d.
4,915 10 3
804 2 3
5,719 12 6


Market Value
at 31st Decem-
ber, 1954.


s. d.
4,964 13 5
804 2 8
5,768 15 8


-=$27,690.16

6 6 11 6 6 11.
$30.46

308 12 7 308 12 7
1,179 14 6 1,191 10 6
1,488 7 1 1,500 3 1


$7,200.74

1975/77 2,659 15 9 2,420 8 2
1954/59 6,915 10 3 6,984 13 4
1961/66 1,500 0 0 1,485 0 0
1960/62 10,000 0 0 10,50D 0 0
1957 1,630 7 5 1,573 6 2
1964/69 20,000 0 0 20,800 0 0
1952/72 1,185 5 10 1,154 13. 9
1960/70 2,013 3 0 1,771 11 6
1956 2,423 17 11 2,418 2 9
1971/76: 686 5 5 607 7 0
1971/78 10,000 0 0 10,550 0 0
1957/62 598 10 1 594 10 4
1954/56 1,949 19 9 1,954 17 3
1964/66 151 14- 3 149 8 9
1962/65 587 6 4 572 12 11
1955 2,229 2 5 2,240 5 4
1955/65 '951 5 0 946 9 111
1970/73 19,223 13' 8 18,166 7 8
1958/68 1,210 11 10 1,186 7 8
{955/65 11,858 18 10 11,858 18 10
1960/70 1,506 12 9 1,446 7 6
1965/75- 3,519 .8 7 3,308 5 4
1968 1,000 0 0 1.000 0 0
1955/59 6,598 12 6 6,648 2 4
1952 3,988 4 1 3,479 14 2
114,388 5 8 113,847 .10 8
=$546.468.16
$9,'00.00
$ ) 56,068.16


1956/61
1958/60
1959/64
1963
1960/70
1955/59
1957/60
1960
1955/60
1963
1959
1 955/65
1960/70
1954
1954/59


413 19 3
3,076 18 11
.8716 12 3
809 19 0
378 5 9
689 2 10
398 5 9
2,193 1 5
856 9 4
24 2 2
4,902 11 1
4,625 13 S
809 9 3
160 6 3
922 0 5
21,136 17 4


427 18 8
3,084 10 3
813 11 6
771 16 7
443 6 2
683 2 3
420 13 10
2,195 5 3
888 14 3
24 4 0
5,813 1 9
4,706 0 4
813 7 1
160 15 6
908 11 6
22,154 18. 11


] =$106,343.74


I









Redemp- Marke Value
Particulars. tion edemp- Face Value. at 31st Decem-
Stion Date, ber, 1954.


Electricity Generating Unit Loan 1939.


Aus tralia
Ceylon
Gold C6oast
Jamaica
A ustralia
New Zealand
Nigeria
Savings Bonds
Serial Funding
St. Vincent
War Loan


per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent
per cen;,
per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent


Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949
East Africa High Commission
East Africa High Commission
Jamaica 3j per cent
Kenya 21 per cent
Kenya 4- per cent
Nigeria 3- per cent
Tangyanika 41 per vent
Uganda 3- per oeitk


Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
'tock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock



31 Stock
4% Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock
Stock


Kingstown Town Board Market Loan
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock
East Africa High Commission 4% Stock
Savings Bonds 3 per cent Stock


Rural Water Supply I.oan, 1950


Aden
Trinidad
East Africa


4- per cent Stock
4 per cent Stock
High Commission 4% Stock


... 1958/60
.... 1959/64
" 1963
.. 5 95/59
195 4/59
S:55/60

* 1555/65
S1954
... 1959
... 1955/59



* 1966/68
... 1968/71
... 1958/88
... 1971/76
... 1971/78
... 1964/66
... 1967/72
... 106(/69



... 1968/71
... 1973/76
.. 1965/75



... 197-/74
... 1973/76
... 1973/76


s. d.

457 19 11
105 1 11
137 10 4
93 19 7
94 19 8
114 3 2
20 9 8
1,123 13 6
20 9 2
198 2 10
312 15 '2
2,679 4 11


702 8 9


133 17 0
668 19 5
221 10 8
694 11 9;
704 !7 11
596 15 4
39 5 7
3,762 6 5


1,117 18 6
748 14 3)
607 13 10
2,474 6 7


491
9
247
747


1 ==$3,556.50


Water Supply Loan 1949.
East Africa High Commission 3- Stock
East Africa High Commission 4Z Stock
Jamaica 3,. per cent Stock
Kenya 2- per cent Stock
Kenya 4* per cent Stock
Nigeria 3- per cent Stock
Uganda 3- per cent Stock
Tangyanika 4- per cent Stock


... 19G6/68
.. 1968/71
., 1958/68
1... 971/76
.. '1971/78
... 1964/66
... 1966/(;
... 1967/63
i


702
133
668

694
704
39
596


3.762 6 4 3,699 12 1
I =$17,758.10


SUMMARY


Special Funds
Sinking Funds
Total Investments


Examined,


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor, 'L
Windward Islands,
20th July, 1955.


OF INVESTMENTS
Market Value.
g. d. $ c.
... 152,871 2 6 =- 733,781 40
... 35,420 19 4 = 170,020 64
188,292 1 10 = 903,802 04


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
KEASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENTr, B.W.I.
5th March, 195.5


7-0
135
673
176
700
663
34
596


- s. d.

459 11 11
97 6 11
130 5 6
93 3 2
93 8 10
118 i8 7
20 11 3
1,1412 18 6
20 11 3
193 16 5
317 12 5
2,688 4 9
=$12,903.54

720 1 9
135 0 4
673 3 10
176 6 8
700 10 1
663 9 8
596 8 5
34 11 5
3.699 12 2
=$17,758.12

1,I10 18 9
749 0 2
577 13 9
2,437 12 8
=$11,700.64

481 &5 0
9 2 4
250 11 5
740 I18 9









SAINT VINCENT.


APPENDIX VIII.

STATEMENT OF LOANS REPAYABLE TO THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


To Whom Made





Calliaqua, Town ot ....


Kingstown, Town of .....


Lowman's Agric. Credit Society

Chateaubelair, Town of ......

Calliaqua, Town of ..

Three Rivers Agric. Credit So-
ciety ...... ... ..... .....

Agricultural Credit Societies .....



Chtteaubelair Town Board


Sun Ray Club .... ...... ......

Government of St. Lucia

Layou Town Board ...... ......


Amount


1,680-00


9.600-00


1,749-00

528-00

480-00


500-00

190,596.40



420-00


200.00

60,000-00

1,400.00

267,153.40


1953 Finance Committee


1954 Finance Committee

1948 Legislative Council

1954 Finance Committefi


Amounts
Repaid
$ 4


Date Authority



GENERAL REVENUE.

1914 S. of S. Despatch W.I. St. V.
No. 95 of 19.12.13.

1946 S. of S. Despatch W.I. St. V.
No. 21 of 14.5.46

1948 Ordinance No. 1 of 1934

1950 Governor

1950 Ditto


1950 Ditto

1951/54 Ordinance No. 1 of 1934


Balances as at
31st. Dec. 1954.
$ $


1,680.00


7,407.17


1,748-54

431.89

144.00


400.00

86,599.36



60.00


100.00

60,000.00



158,570.96


Rate of Interest and Terms of Repayment.


To be repaid by yearly instalments of $42.00.
Interest at the rate of 31/2% p.a.

Repayable over a period of 10 years by equated
annuities. Interest at rate of 31/2% p.a.

Loan to be repaid within a year-Interest at the
rate of 4% p.a.
To be repaid by equated annuities of $119-08.

To be repaid by yearly instalments of $48-00.
Interest at 3% p.a.

Loan for 5 years free of interest

Loan bearing interest at 4 % p.a. to be paid
within one year, except that a loan of $4500 in-
cluded therein and sent to the Rose Hall Society
is to be repaid within 5 years.
Repayable by equal annual instalments within
seven years as soon as outstanding loan has
been repaid.
Repayable in 4 equal quarterly instalments.

Repayable in 1958 free of interest.


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor, Windward Islands.
20th July, 1955.


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT.
5th March, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Examine].


2,192.83


.46

96.11

336.00


100.00

103,997.04



360.00


100.00



1,400.00

10CP,582.44


9


]











APPENDIX IX.


Statement of Balances Excluding Special Funds) of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st December, 1954.


1953

$ c.
299,153 00











573 00
327,577 00


'627,303 00


DEPOSITS:-
Banana Growers Association
Colonial Development Corporation
Deferred Maintenance
Grenada Inwards $
Less Outwards

Leave Passages
St. Lucia Inwards
Less Outwards

Sundry Deposits


21,274 55
5,992 01


6,927 38
5,430 75


Overdrafts
General Revenue Bil'ance


$ c.


$ c.

... 34,799 47
30,000 00
... 42,631 46

15,282 54

... 2,127 66

1,496 63

... 408,886 16

-


1953

$ c.
494,398 00










36,680 00


96,225 00


627,303 00


Advances:-
Specifically Authorised
Other-
Controller of Supplies ...
Dominica Outwards$17,925 69
Old 85 34

18,011 03
Less Inwards 1.023 89


Post Office


9,245 49


16,987 14


... 34,729 27


Investments:-
Colony Reserve
Crown Agents Advances in anticipation of Lmoin
Cash-
Treasury
Sub-Treasuries
Barclays Bank-Current
Drafts and Remittances in transit


Deduct Cash due from Treasurer for Balances
on Special Funds


$
833,718


60,961 90


A




894,680 51


37.937 24
62,400 00

22,318 46
... 4,944 44
... 27,326 99
... 2,186 56

56,776 45

... 17,859 26 38,917 19

1,033,934 94


Examined,
N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor.
Windward Islands.
20th July, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
TREASURY CHAMBERS, Colonial Treasurer.
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
9th March, 1955.


535,223 92

164,867 62
333,843 40









1,033,934 94











APPENDIX X.


SAIUhIT VINCZ'NI.


STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1954.


Balances as at 1st January
1954 ...... ... . .

Receipts during 1954 ......


Payments during 1954


Depreciation

Appreciation )

Balances as at 31st December,
1954 ...... .

Investments held at Market
Price .. ... ...... .

- Cash in hands of Treasurer.....

Cash due to Treasurer


Balances as ao6ve


Bain Gray \ Colonial Devel- Cotton Facto
Prise Fund. \opment & Wel- Cotton Working Depreciation
fare Schemes Account. Fund.
Advances.
-j


$ 4

985.68

31.88
1,017.56

12.14
1,005.42


26.52


1,031.94


886.86

145.08


1,031.94


$ 4

69,055.53

262,113.47
331,169.00

320,111.82
11,057.18


11,057.18




11,057.18


11,057.18


$ 4

64,994.97Dr.

487,301.88
422,306.91

480,452.90
58,145.99Dr


I------


58,145.99Dr


$ 4

296.06


296.06



7.40


303.46


303.46


58,145.99


58,145.99Dr


303.46.


ry Cotton Growers Central
I Association Housing
Account. and Planning
Authority.

$$ 4 $

3,276.10 -

1,581.00 782.63
4,857.10 782.63

1,631.00 9,647.30
3,226.10 8,864.67Dr


3,226.10.




3,226.10


8,864.67Dr


8,864.67


3,226.10


8,864.67Dr


Electric Graham
Light Plant Bequest
Depreciation Fund.
Fund.

I $ $

2,123.80

-1,030.38
-- 3,154.18


Hayward
X-Ray Fun&



$4

163.02


163.02


- 3,154.18 163.02



63.80


- I


3,217.98


31217.98


3,217.98


163.02


163.02


163 02


Totals.





10,905.22

752,841.24
763,746.46

811,855.16




97.72


48.0109gRDr


4,408.30

14,591.38

67,010.66


48,010.98Dr


S' ___


Net Cash Balance due to Treasurer .... $52,419.28


,8 01.9


- r


o



















STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1954.
i


.Balances as at 1st January
1954 ...... ..... ......

Receipts during 1954 ......


Payments during 1954


Depreciation
p of Securities
Appreciation

Balances as at 31st December,
1954 ...... ...... ...

Investments held at Market
Price ...... ...... .

Cash in hands of Treasurer....


Cash due to Treasurer -

Balances as above -. -


Home Fund. Motor Launch
Depreciaii
, Fund

$ 4 $

2,831.86 1,078.00

18,130.92


Musgrave
f'rzze b und.


$

500.32


Permanent
Investment
Eruption Fund


$4

59,868.14


I Public Purposes
Loan
Expendiiure.


-' $


Reserve Fund
Refrigeration for Colonial Res. Fd. for
Plant Depre- Development Kingstown Bd.
ciation Fund. Fund Loan Jor Water Supply Totals.
Housing Loan 1930.
Scheme.
$4 $ $ 4 $ 4
14,223.08 78,501.40

1.91186 20.042.78


20,962.78 1,078.00 500.32 59,868.14 i -- 16,134.94 98,544.18

51.48 3,679.04 1,450.26 5,180.78
20,911.30 1,078.00 500.32 56,18T -- 14,684.68 -- 93,363.40



256.22 26.92 11.08 213.74 07.96


21,167,52 1,104.92 511.40 56,189.10 14,898.42 93,871.36


21,036.60

130.92




21,167.52


1,104.92


369.72

141.68


14,808.42


100,287.94

272.60


8,689.18

93,871.36


Net Cash Balance due to Treasurer ..... $6,416.58










STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1954.


Reserve Fund Reserve Fund1 Simmons Rural Water Sugar Industry Sugar Industry
Ifor Land Settle- for Lowmans- Bequest Savings Bank Supply, 1950 Funds for Funds for
meant Loan Biabou Water Fund. Account. Loan Fund. Labour Welfare. Price
1932. Supply Loan I' Stabilisation.
... ... -.. 1934. ..
$4 $4 $4 $$4 $4 $ $4
Balances as at 1st January l 2 8
1954 ...... .... ...... ...... 4,800.00 732.54 '556.081.80 7,210.89 25,418.62

Receipts during 1954 ...... ...... 261,971.09 2,773.94 7,099.76
4,800.00 732.54 L18,052.89 i 9,984.83 32,518.38

.vinments during 1954 ...... 4,800.00 217,413.24 -
732.54 600,636.65 9,984.83 32,518.38

Depreciation i I 40.68 169.58


Appreciation


- of Securities
3


-- j.84


Balances as at 31st December,
1954 ...... ...... ...... ......

Investments held at Market
Price ...... ...... ...... .. -

Cash in hands of Treasurer...... - -


Cash due to Treasurer

Balances as above ....


736.38


158.40

577.98


- 736.38


14,178.34 -


614,814.99 -


556,068.16 -

58,746.83 -


9,944.15 32,348.80


7,200.74 27,690.16

2,743.41 | 4,658.64


Sugar Industry
Funds for
Rehabilitation. Totals.


$ 4 $ 4

10,268.68 604,512.53

5,280.72 277,125.51
15,549.40 881,638.04

15,000.00 237,216.24
549.40 644,421.80

210.26

14,182.18


549.40 658,393.72


30.46 591,147.92

518.94 67,245.80


614,814.99 9,944.15 32,348.80 549.40 658,393.72


Net Cash Balance in hands of Treasurer ...... $67,245.80













STATEMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS, ETC., ON DEPOSIT IN THE PUBLIC TREASURY AT 31ST DECEMBER 1954.


Town of
Barrouallie


Balances as at 1st January
1954...... ......
Receipts during 1954 ...... ......


Payments during 1954


Depreciation '
I of Securities
Appreciation
Balances as at 31st December,
1954 ..... ..... ...

Investments held at Market
Price ..... ...... -
Cash in hands of Treasurer.....

Cash due to Treasurer ..

Balances as above ... ...


$ 4

213.01
2,857.38
3,070.39

3,320.81
250.42Dr


250.42Dr





250.42

250.42Dr


SUMMARY :
Total of Balances of Accounts at 31.12.54.

$ i
Page 1 ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... 48,010.98Dr
Pag 2 ...... ....... ...... ...... ...... 93,871.36
Page 3 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 658,393.72
P age 4 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 9,449.32

713,703.42


Town of
Calliaqua


Town of
Chateaubelair


$ $

1,678.13 67.87Dr
3,472.47 3,031.09
5,150.60 2,963.22

3,003.24 3,118.25
2,147.36 155.03Dr


Town of Town of
Georgetown. Kingstowi


$ 4 $ 4

1,149.13 i 10,726.85
4,261.15 1,768.26
5,410.28 12,495.11

4,484.24 12,495.47
926.04 .36


2,147.36 155.03D 926.04 .36Dr



2,147.36 926.04

155.0 .36

2,147.36 15'.. 926.04 .36Dr


Town of Town of
I. Layou Port Elizabeth


$4 $4

367.42Dr 619.17Dr
3,077.26 2,643.70
2,709.84 2,024.53


3,628.98
Dr 919.14Dr


919.14Dr


919.14


2,671.36
646.83Dr


646.83Dr


646.83


oio.83ur


West Indies
University
Scholarship Totals.
Fund.

$ $

7,678.52 20,391.18
669.18 21,780.49
8,347.70 42,171.67

-- 32,722.35


8,347.70


8,347.70


8,347.70


I I -


Net cash balance in hands of Treasurer.


Total of Investments at 31.12.54.


Page 1 .
Page 2 .
Page 3 .
Page 4 ......


$ 4
4,408.30
...... 100,287.94
...... 591,147.92


695,844.16


9,449.32


9,449.32


11,421.10

1,971.78


9449.32


$9,449.32


Net cash balance due from Treasurer at 31.12.54.


Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4


$ i
...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 52,419.28Cr
...... ..... ...... ...... ...... 6,416.58Cr
...... 67,245.80Dr
...... .... ...... ... ...... 9,449.32D r

17,859.26Dr


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor, Windwarrd Islands.
20th July, 1955.


TREASURY,
ST. VnrcmqT.
9th March, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Examined,


9493


exlauiLr














APPENDIX XI.

DETAILED STATEMENT OF GENERAL DEPOSITS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


FIbio No.


A. 1..
2.
B. 4.
C. 2.
6.
7.
D. 2.
3.
5.
8.
E. 1.
5.
6.
F. 3.
4.
5.
9.
G. 1.
2.
I. 1.
2.
4.
K. 2.
4.
5.
L. 1.
4.
7.
8.
9.
M. 5.
6.
8.
9.
Mc. 1.
N. 1.
3.
P. 1.
3.
5.
6.
8.
10.
R. 3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
S. 5.
6.
7.
8.
11.
20.
24.
25.
26.
T. 3.
6.
7.
U. 1.
V. 1.
W. 8.
11.


a. MISCELLANEOUS


Alleyne, Keith H. (Family Remittance)
Anderson, S. A.
British Preferential Tariff
Charles, E. D. B. (Family Remittance)
Crown Life Assurance Company,
Colonial Life Insurance Company
Distressed Emigrants Fund-Old a/c
Distressed Emigrants Fund-New a/c
Drivers' Examination Fees
Denominational Contribution
Examination of Boats
Ells, Peter Ronald (Family Remittance)
Estate of F. A. Casson (deposit pendente lite)
Fees, Government Housing Loans Board
Fair Hall Trust Fund
Fees, Intermediate School
Fair Hall Approved School
Games Fees, Girls' High School
Games Fees, Grammar School
Import Duty
Inspection Fees, Motor Vehicles
Immigrants Restriction Ordinance
Kulesza, Wladyslav S.
Kingstown Latrine
Knight, Cecilia
Land and House Tax Sales
London B.A. and Ll.B. Examination Fees
Lopey, Clara
Linley, Donald
Liquor Licences
Musgrave Prize Fund
Marriqua Village Council
Mancini, G., V.
Manning, G. C.
MacMahon, F. S.
Neehall, Bert R.
Non-Residents' Fee-Public Library
Phillips, Eliza, Bequest Fund
Port Elizabeth Town Extension
Private Latrine Programme
Police Canteen Fund
Pereira, Theophilus
Paul, Beryl
Raw Cotton Commission
Recruitment of workers, U.S.A.
Royal Society of Arts Examination
Redemption Sharpe Estate-Purchase of
Randolph, W. I.
Suitors Money, P.M. 1 D
Suitors Money, P.M. 2 D
Suitors Money, P.M. 3 D
Suitors Money, Registrar Supreme Court
Suspense a/c
Scholarship Fund-O. D. Brisbane
Government Schools
Small Town Properties
Swisterski, K. P.
Troumaca Village Council
Thompson Home-Purchase of
Thompson, Lydia
Unpaid salaries
Velox, Norris
Warner, Jonathan
Williams. G. Elford

$


Debi)s
$ t
15.00








1,254.17

























288.00






6.94







102.23

15.00


1,829.63
1.16
906.50
940.38
1.37
$ 6.05

.,683.9. $310,627.89


Credits
$ v

144.00
35.10
40.00
65.20
10.09
734.68
468.00
25.20

8.85
57.60
134,015.70
4,568.53
3,280.87
279.00
283.88
491.10
85.52
79.67
66.00
156.00
247.92
1,400.00
150.00
1,976.85
265.00
50.00
150.00
2,158.94
15.86
182.23
7.00
87.50

32.60
2 40
44.36
1,L3.52
318.78
57.93

6.81
6,805.10
82,410.17
103.54
62,400.00
45.96
19.90

30.38

974.10
10.68
150.Q00
36.32
33.96














a. MIBmLANEOus


G. 6.
7.
8.
11.
17.


ADMINISTRATIONS.
Government of Antigua
Government of British Guiana
Government of Jamaica
Government of St: Kitts-Nevia
Government of Trinidad


Miscellaneous-Total Credits
Less Debits

Administrations


1,865.95
87,293.83
1,589.54
.20
9,192.65

$ 09,942.17


310,627.89
1,683.90


308,943.99

99,942.17


408,886.16


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.WL.,
15th March, 1955.


Examined,


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor,
Windward Islands.

Audit Office,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
20th July, 1955.


Folio No.


Debits Gredts








APPENDIX XII.

STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


SAINT VINCENT.


Description of Loan.


When incurred. and for
what purpose.


Provision for repayment Amount of
and Legal Authority. Original Debt.


_________________________________________________I ___________________________________________ _________________________


DEBENTURE HOLDERS.

Lowmans-Biabou Water Sup-
ply Loan. 1934.




Hydro-Electric Loan, 1949.





Water Supply Loan, 1949.


Rfural
1950.


Water supply Loan,


Colonial Development Fund
Loan for Housing Scheme.
(Scheme 161).


In 1934 to provide a Water
Supply in the district ex-
tending from Lowmans to
Biabou in Charlotte Parish,



In 1949, for development of
Hydro-Electric Power in Co-
lonarie River Valley, to sup.
ply Kingstown & Windward
Districts.


In 1949, for Water Supply to
Metropolitan Area, from
headwaters of the Yambou
River.


In 1950, for extension of
Kingstown Water Scheme
to supply certain Rural
areas.



In 1931, to Improve the hous-
ing conditions of labourers
in the Windward and Lee-
ward Districts.


"The Lowmans-Biabou Water
Supply Ordinance, 1933".
(Reserve Fund).



Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948




Sinking Fund Contribution.
Loan Ordinance, 1948



Sinking Fund Contribui..ion
Loan Ordinance, 1948





Repayable in instalments ot
311 per annum beginning
in the 6th year.
(Reserve Fund).


$

4,800.00





320,000.00






120,000.00





115,200.00






29,805.30


Rate of
Interest.


31/2%






31/2%


31/2%






5%


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


17,758.12





17,758.10





3,556.50





14,898.42


Amount out-
Amount repaid. standing at end
of year. *


$4,800.00 $
4,800.00


25,334.42


120,000.00






120,000.00





115,200.00





4,470.88


53,971.14 30,134.42


Remarks.


Both principal and
are a charge on
Revenue. Loan
guishable in 1954.


Interest
General
extin-


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue. Loan extinguish-
able in 1974.



Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue, Loan extinguiah-
able in 1974.


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue, Loan extinguish-
able in 1975.



Loan for twenty-five years
free of interest for first ten
years.


Carried forward


389,805.30


359,670.88










STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER,1954.


3ew!ription of Loan.


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
FUND.

Loan for reorganization of
Syrup Industry.
(Scheme 397).



COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WELFARE SCHEMES.

Loan for Land Settlement
Canouan. (Scheme D 277).






Loan for purchase of Camden
Park Estate.
(Scheme D. 231).


Loan for purchase of
Estate, Bequla.
(Scheme D. 20).


Union


Loan to the St. Vincent
Banana Growers' Associa-
tion.


When incurred and for
what purpose.






In 1935 120; in 1936 420; in
1937 450 and in 1938 390,
for reorganization of the;
Syrup Industry.





In 1945 for purchase of SnagE
Estate, Canouan, for Land
Settlement purposes.





In 1943, for establishment of
an Agricultural Experiment
Station, at Camden Park.


In 1943, for establishment
a Leasehold Settlement
Bequla.


Provision for repayment
- and Legal Authority.


Brought forward


Loan for twenty years. Re-
payable by equated annui-
ties of principal and inter-
est.





First instalment of Loan for
23 years, free of interest forl
first three years, then re-
payable with interest at
3%% by equated annuities
over a period of 20 years.


Loan for fifteen years. Free
of interest for 3 years and
at 31/2% for the remainder
of the currency. Repayable
by equated annuities.



Loan for twenty-five years.
Repayable by equated an-
nuities with Interest at 3%
per annum.


In 1954 for the development Repayable in full
of the Banana Industry. years.


Carried forward


after -five


* 7.X'


Amount of
Original Debt.


$" 40
389,805.30


6,624.00








9,120.00







11,203.20






5,760.00



103,680.00



526,192.50


Rate of
Interest.


31/2%








31/2%







31/2%






3%


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


Amount
Amount repaj outstanding
at end f year.


$ 0
53,971.14


Nil








Nil







Nil-






Nil


$ 0
30,134.42


5,287.06








2,112.60







6,944.88






2,023.16


Remarks


* $. 0
359,670.88


1,336.94








7,007.40







4,258.32






3,736.84


commenced in








commenced in


Repayment
1939. 1







Repayment
1949.






Repayment
1947.





payment
1944,


'he loan, which is interest
free, is a charge upon the
assets of the Association.


__ \ .... .. .. . ...


commenced






commenced







STATEMENT OF PUBLIC DEBT OF THE COLONY AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.


Description of Loan.


When incurred and for Provision for repayment
what purpose, and Legal Authority.


Amount of Rate of
Original Debt. Interest.


Accumulated
Funds for
Redemption.


amount out-
Amount repaid, standing at end
of year.


RAOWN AGENTS FOR THE Brought forward.
COLONIES.


Electric Light, Telephone and In 1929 for reconstruction Sinking Fund Co
Road Reconstruction Loan, of the Roads of the Colony, "Loan Ordinan
1920. installing Electric Lights in 1931".


Electricity Generating Uni
Loan, 1939.


GRAHAM BEQUEST.

Graham Bequest Loan, 1952.


Kingstown and reconstruc-
tion of the Telephone Sys-
tem.


In 1939 for provision of addi-
tional Generating Unit at
the Electricitt Department,


In 1952 for
extension
Hospital.


the alteration &
of the Colonial


ntribution.
ce, 1929 and


Sinking Fund Contribution.
Or i:;icc N). 3 of
1939.



Loan for twenty years. Re-
payable by equal annual in-
stalments. Interest at 2%
p.a.

Total .....


0
526,192.50



127.850.46






17,454.54





15,152.72




686,650.22


5%






31/2%




2%


$
53,971.14



106,343.74


479,690.38



127,850.46







17,454.54


Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue. Redemption date
15th June, 1959.




Both principal and interest
are a charge on General
Revenue. Redeemable in
1959.


2,2,72.92 12,879.80 Both principal and
are a charge on
i Revenue


48,775.04 637,875.18


interest
General


Certified correct.


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor
Windward Islands.
20th July, 1955.


Treasury,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
15th March, 1955.


Remarks.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


$
46,502.12











APPENDIX XIII.


8T. VINCENT.


SAVINGS BANK 1954. -


Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1954.


Expenditure.


i i


To Interest :-
Paid on Close.d
Accounts 266 64
Capitalized 14,128 84.

,, Management Expenses

,, Surplus and Deficit
Account ...


14,395 48

1.500 00 15.895 48
15.89.5 48


4,133 82

20,029 30


Revenue. $ c.


Hy Interest on Investments 20,025 22

,. Sale of Pass Books ... 4 08


Investments Adjustment Account 1954.


Dr.


Surplus and Deficit account


S c. $ c

14,178 34




14,138 34


By Appreciation oj Securi-
ties


Surplus and Deficit Account 19 54.


Dr.

To" Balance as at 1st Janu-
ary, 1954


S c.

By Revenue and Expendi-
ture account ... 4,133 82
,, Investments Adjust-
ment Account ... 14,178 34

Balance as at 31s.t De-
cember, 1954 ...


c.




20.029 :10






20,029 30


$ c.


Cr.
$ c.


14,178 34



14,178 34


Cr.
$ c.




18,312 16,


12,854 93

31,167 09









Deposits and Withdrawals Account 1954.


Deposits.


To Balance as at 1st .Janu-
nry.1954

,, D.posils during 1954

,, Interest,
,. Suspense a/c carried
down


i57.327 80

...241,8A71 54

... 14.395 48

... 66 26 256.333 28


843,661 08


Cr.
$ c. $ c.
Withdrawals.

By Withdrawals during
1954 ... 215,649 60

,, Interest paid on closed
accounts ... 266 64 215,916 '24

,, Balance as at 31st Dec-
etmber, 1954 ... 627,744 84


843,661 08


Suspense Account 1954.


Dr.
$ c.
To Balance as at let January, 1954 ... 78 91 By Interest Adjustme!rts
,, Deposits and Withdrawals Account ... 66 26 B,, balance
145 17


$ c. $ c.
70 25
74 92 145 17

145 17


Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1954.


Dr.


Depouitoru' Deposit Account


$ C.


$

627,744


627,744 84


Investments at Market
value :-
With Central Hous-
ing and Planning
Authority
By Crown Agents ...

Cash
Surplus and Deficit account
Suspense account


$ c.




9,600 00
546,468 16


Or.
$ c.




556,068 16

58,746 83
12,854 93
74 92

627,744 84


Examined,


N. CATTERALL,
Principal Auditor, Wd. Is.,
20th July, 1955.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
August, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.








APPENDIX XIV.


Scheme
Nos.
D.


13 A (al)
13 B (aj)
13 B (h)
15 D (e)
13 ; (h)
1, D (m)
13 D (v)
201 ; (i)
201 B (q)
201 B (r)
201 B (s)
20
419
451 & A
457
586 & A &B & C
58T & A
719 & A
720
720 A
1003
1004
108d
1091
1108 (84)
1108 (85)
1108 (112)
1109 (113)
1108 (114)
1108 (115)
1108 (129)
1168 t 130)


Forward -


Balance
due to
Colonial
Office
at 1. 1. 54.


I


. Receipts
from
Colonial
Office
in 1954.


$ I
34.26
118.40
1,629.77





13.30


504.42
1,573.06Dr.
317443
764.62
2,896.14



519.42
941.49
14.63
1.83
1,503.05
140.22

.35
67.34
63.22


TOTAL


I, i


Other
Receipts


$4













398.28

21,339.77




674.67


Gross
Expenditure
1954


$4

137.60
6.00



2,400.00






6,457.87
4,963.82
47,307.62
1,164.20



148.70Cr.


Expenditure
Qualifying Revenue
for Transfers
Assistance


$ $

137.60 118.40
6.00 6.00
106.10


2,400.00






6,059.59
4,963.82
25,967.85
1,164.20


2,160.00
63.50




5,897.86
6,059.59
A On onn i


7,956.83 49,573.64 57,530.47 22,412.72 62,288.41 40,708.06 70,689.14 I 16,323.08 16,050.79Drj 10,393.27


Balance
due from
Colonial
Office
at 1. 1. 54


$
.17.13


106.10
24.00
88.06

63.50
13.30
9.60
98.00

4,324.80
4.02Cr.
.80

854.37
10,430.72
52.60

84.60Cr.




219.69


106.10


2,160.00
63.50




5,897.86
7,680.00
6,000.00
19,200.00
720.00
10,372.80
52.60
480.00Dr.
912.00Dr.
14.62Dr.
1.82Dr.
1,303.04Dr.
140.22Dr.
219.70
.34Dr.
67.34Dr.
63.22Dr.

41.84
41.84


Balance
due to
Colonial
Office


$ -
34.26
118.40
1,629.77
106.10


2,160.00
63.50
13.30


504.42
4,324.80
7,997.43
6,764.62
22,096.14
720.00
10,372.80
52.60
39.42
29.49
.01
.01
200.01

219.70
.01



41.84
41.84


Balance
due from
Colonial
Office


$ 4

19.20


24.00
88.06
240.00


9.60
98.00

1,573.06
398.28

6,767.85
1,298.57



148.70Dr.








25.35


674.67Dr.


219.69




41.84
41.84


22,412.72


70,689.14


57,530.47


62,288.41


40,708.06


16,323.08


APPENDIX IV


25.35
41.84
41.84


40,539.77
720.00
10,372.80
52.60


$ 4
34.26

1,623.77





13.30


504.42
1,573.06Dr.
1,941.86
1,800.80
21,339.77Dr.



39.42
704.16
.01
.01
200.01

.01
.01


16,050.79Dr. 10,393.27
i


7,956.83


49,573.64














Scheme
Nos.
D.


forward .

1108 (150)
1103 (161)
1108 (190)
1108 (191)
1108 (197)
.108 (239)
1108 (242)
1108 (247)
1108 (252)
1108 (256)
1108 (282)
1108 (308)
1108 (309)
1109 (310)
1108 (312)
1109 (321)
1103 (333)
1282
1303
1306
1399 & A
1400
1400 A
1427
'1427 A
1527
1544
1517 & ABC
1705 & A
1717
173&


Balance
due to
Colonial
Office
at 1. 1. 54


$ 4

7,956.83

43.40


11.80


28.00


2,313.41
274.85


94.24
45.23


Receipts
from
Colonial
Office
in 1954


$ 4

49,573.64

43.40Dr.
108.70






240.00

960.00

360.00
360.00
360.00
240.00


2,318.40Dr.

6,800.00
2,400.00
3,360.00
480.00
6,720.00

480.10


Forward


$ 4

57,530.47


108.70

11.80


240.00
28.00
960.00

360.00
360.00
360.00
240.00

354.28Dr.
4.99Dr.
274.85
6,600.00
2,400.00
3,360.00
480,00


$ 4

22,412.72


441.00


102,848.01


$ 4

62,288.41


148.20
49.90

366.40


11,163.44
99.24
428.27
93,388.84
2,140.80


$ 4

40,708.06


$ 4

70,689.14


108.70


148.20
49.90

366.40
377.20
496.12
496.60
563.00
360.00


4,808.01
2,214.49
3,600.00

11,163.44
99.24
428.27
9,865.81
2,140.80


240.00
28.00


360.00
360.00
360.00
240.00


5,959.82
2,400.00
3,360.00
62.40
6,720.00
94.24
428.17
9,865.81
2,160.00


$ 4

16,323.08


108.70
16.00

29.80
24.40
31.62
63.40
193.60


91.20


1,151.81
338.96

205.95


192.00


11.80


900.00


274.85
640.18


417.60


97.06
7,174.19

91.64


Balance
due from
Colonial
Office


$ 4

10,393.27



16.00

29.80
24.40
31.62
63.40
101.80
21.90

366.40
17.20
196.12
136.60
323.00
360.00
r*. 4.48
r. 4.99
2,524.85Dr.

153.45
240.00

4,443.44
5.00


172.80












Scheme
Nos.
D.


1Forward .....

173-i A
1771
1795.
1796 & A
1815
1877
1920
1921i
1974
1983
1999 & A
2017
2041 & A
2063
2068
2071
2087
2140 A B
2151
215b
2166
2182
2193
2323
,2378
1108 (82)
1317
Closed Schemes
*t .i6 f


Balance
due to
Colonial
Office
at 1. 1. 54


$

22,249.78

6,387.58
1,908.44
361.65
2,135.79

755.42
2,074.77
22,113.51

202.32

8,481.95












84.06
2,300.26



69,055.53


Receipts
from
Colonial
Office
in 1954


$ 4

77,335.88

19,680.00

2,400.10
28,080.00



22,113.50Dr.

10,080.00
7,920.00

3,600.00
4,800.00
5,520.00
3,600.00
28,320.00
7,200.00
6,240.00
52,800.00
9,600.00

5,760.00


TOTAL


$ 4

99,585.73

26,067.58
1,908.44
2,761.75
30,215.79

755.42
2,074.77
.01

10,282.32
7,920.00
8,481.95
3,600.00
4,800.00
5,520.00
3,600.00
28,320.00
7,200.00
6,240.00
52,800.00
9,600.00

5,760.00


84.06
2,300.26


Other
Receipts


125,701.73
















9,800.00


I*- 1
250,822.58 319,878.11. 135,501.73 413,115.11 292,648.02 305,928.61 34,984.69 11,057.18 30,328.21


Gross
Expenditure
1954



$ 4

182,840.38

26,786.32

2,846.01
31,588.72
10,262.40Cr.

840.32

2,000.OOCr.
11,621.73
6,781.02
4,203.67
3,576.77
5,304.84
5,760.00
2,988.28
44,733.09
12,172.55
5,935.56
49,549.69
9,930.15
4,862.27
4,929.57
7,264.57
862.00


Expenditure
Qualifying
for
Colonial
Assistance


$ 4

77,885.54

26,786.32

2,846.01
31,588.72


840.32


11,621.73
6,781.02
2,265.08
3,576.77
5,304.84
5,760.00
2,988.28
25,286.49
12,172.55
5,935.56
49,549.69
9,930.15
4,862.27
4,929.57
875.11
862.00


Revenue
Transfers.


Balance
from
Colonial
Office
at 1. 1. 54


Balance
due to
Colonial
Office


Balance
due from
Colonial
Office


_____________ n I -


$ 4

103,086.48

26,786.32

2,761.65
30,215.79


840.32


10,282.32
7,920.00
2,265.08
3,576.77
4,800.00
5,520.00
2,988.28
25,286.46
7,200.00
5,935.56
49,549.69
9,600.00

4,929.57


84.06
2,300.26


$ 4

18,770.52

4.70



10,262.40



2,000.00

1,502.82













84.06
2,300.26
59.93


$ 4

12,965.36Dr.

5,853.68
1,908.44



755.42
1,234.45
.01



6,216.87
23.23


611.72
3,033.54

304.44
3,250.31


830.43


$ 4

14,520.82



84.26
1,372.93





1,339.41
363.84


504.84
240.00

.03
4,972.55


330.15
4,862.27

875.11
862.00


34,984.69


250,822.58


319,878.11


135,501.73


413,115.11


292,648.02


305,928.61


11,057.18


30,328.21













APPENDIX XV.

STATEMENT OF ABANDONED CLAIMS AS AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1954.

Department Details Amount
$ e
AescuL.TmI 1. Authority was obtained from His Honour the Administrator
to write off the value of six pounds of nails found short in
the stores-Q No. 6/53 (13). 1.68'

2. On the 4th September 1954 His Honour the Administrator
authorised the writing off of the value of two bags of fer-
tilizer which were damaged, remains being useless.
P 17/53 (5). 11.40

B. G. AmwAYS 1. His Honour the Administrator gave authority to write off
expenses re search of Schooner "Marie Henrietta".
Q 15/52 E (36). 31.25

CUTODT A Or 1. On the 7th July 1954 His Honour the Administrator author-
Evqmr Ised the write off of the overpayment to the Government
PROPERTY of France in 1950-F 28/42 (31). 4.40

ED-CATION 1. By authority from His Honour the Administrator the value
of stores found short on the occasion of a survey of all the
stock was written off-E 13/53 (4). 136.13

ELTRcnIrrr 1. His Honour the Administrator on the 24th September 1954.
authorised the write off of arrears due for currert consumed
by people who were dead-P3/43 (61). 15.88

2. Arrears of electric current due by D. Halacsy were written
off by authority from His Honour the Administrator on the
14th December 1954-F 4/45 (19). 24.70

MAGISTRATE 1. Approval was given on the llth February by His Excellency
the Governor for the write off of court fines owing by Rapsie
Jack-$5.69 and Edwin Byron-$16.20 who are cripples-
J 33/43 (7) & (6). 21.89

MiTnoCI. 1. By authority received from His Honour the Administra-
tor on 10th May 1954 the value of eight lactometers
found broken in Sanitary Stores was written off-P. 17/53
(6) & (4). 28.80

2. His Honour the Administrator approved the write off of the
amount of Hospital fees due by a patient deemed unable to
pay-M 24/45 (76 A). 50.24

PoTIcE 1. Waiver,- of payment for one flashlight taken by a Police
"Officer who has left the colony was senctioned by His
Honour the Administr.a.tor-Q No. 76/54. 1.44

PoST OrMcz 1. The write off of Import duty short collected from a firm
now liquidated was authorised by His Honour the Admin-
istrator-F 18/52 (5 c). 5.53
PRaJNs 1. His Honour the Administrator authorised the write off of
the value of 42 lb. of ole leather from Prison stores which
were loaned to Dorian Hurbert who left the colony without
replacing same-J 23/52 (13). 48.72

2. Authority was obtained from His Honour the Administrator
to write off the arrears due for milk supplied from Ottley
Hall by a person who has left the colony-B 11/52 (10). 3.75

3. On the 24th September 1954 His Honour the Administrator
authorised the write off of an amount shown by Prison
accounts as owing by a firm, but claim unable to be proved
J 39/43 (2). 104 25

4. Authority was given on 15th October by His Honour the
Administrator to write off the value of 1680 lb. shelled
corn found short on examination of stock-P 17/5.3 (16 116.20

Carried forward ...... 606.88




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